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Ordinary Differential Equations

Ordinary Differential Equations

Course Number:

MATH 3400

Topics covered in this course include first-order separable, linear, and nonlinear differential equations, first-order systems, forced second order linear equations, qualitative techniques, bifurcations, numerical methods, linearization, and applications to numerous areas such as biology, chemistry, economics, physics, and social sciences. This course has been exempted from the requirements of the Writing Across the Curriculum policy. 

Ordinary Differential Equations

Course Number:

MATH 3400

Ordinary Differential Equations Textbook Information:

 

Ordinary Differential Equations

Course Number:

MATH 3400

Ordinary Differential Equations:

  • Solve first- and second-order ordinary differential equations
  • Solve systems of differential equations
  • Perform a mathematical analysis of forcing and resonance effects for second-order differential equations
  • Linearization and qualitative analysis of nonlinear differential equations
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