Math 2410Q — Elementary Differential Equations (Spring 2016)

Description: Qualitative,analytical and numerical methods for first and second order single ordinary equations as well as  first order constant coefficient linear system and some special nonlinear systems. Laplace transform and its application to differential equations.

Prerequisites: MATH 1132, or 121. Recommended preparation: a grade of C- or better in MATH 1132; and MATH 2110 or 220. Not open for credit to students who have passed MATH 2420. Open to sophomores or higher.

The Text.

The required text for the course is 4th edition Differential Equations by Paul Blanchard, Robert L. Devaney and Glen R. Hall. ISBN -13: 978-1-133-23436-4.

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