MAP 2302
ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
Spring 2019,
Instructor: Amod Agashe
Phone: 664-8704, email: agashe (the symbol at) math.fsu.edu
Office: 216 Love (enter through room 208).
Office hours:
15 minutes right after each lecture, with the understanding that if you want to see me, you will catch me right after the lecture in class or send me an email before class ends. If that doesn't work for you, then you can also see me by appointment (send me an email to set up a meeting).
TA: Shaikh Obaidullah, email: sobaidullah (the symbol at) fsu.edu,
Office: MCH 112.
Office hours: Monday and Wednesday 2:30 to 3:30.
First day handout
Table of Laplace transforms and the formula for variation of parameters that will be given to you on the final:
pdf
Solutions to some HW problems:
5.2: 3a pdf
5.2: 4a (note: the solution says it is for 3(a), but ignore that comment) pdf
Most from 6.1 and 6.2
pdf
Some from 6.3--6.6 of older edition (some problems are same or similar to the HW problems; be sure to compare
to the HW problems carefully; even if a problem is not the
same, but similar, at least you can compare till the point where things have to be done differently)
pdf
Homework problems:
HW1, due Thursday:
1.1: 1, 19;
1.2: none;
1.3: 1, 4, 7;
Since some of you may not have obtainted the textbook yet, here are scans of
the problems:
page 1,
page 2,
page 3.
HW2, due Thursday:
2.1: 1(c), 4(c), 12.
2.2: 5, 13(a);
HW3, due Thursday:
2.6: 1, 5, 9;
Miscellaneous problems (at the end of Chapter 2): 1, 2, 3.
2.3: 1.
2.4: 1, 5, 11;
3.1: 1, 8, 11 (no need to graph the solution, but do describe the behavior as t increases);
HW4, due Tuesday:
3.2: 1, 19;
3.3: 12, 13, 15 (no need to graph the solution, but do describe the behavior as t increases);
HW5, due Thursday during the test or by Friday 1pm in my mailbox:
3.4: 9, 11, 18 or 19 (again, no need to graph the solution, but do describe the behavior as t increases;
also 19 is a better problem than 18, if you have not tried 18 already).
HW6, due Thursday:
3.5: 4, 5, 11, 17(a);
3.6: 1, 7, 10;
HW7, due Thursday:
5.2: 1a, 1b, 3a, 3b;
HW8, due Tuesday:
6.1: 4a, 17.
6.2: 9 (you only need formula 2 from table 6.2.1 in the book, which is the same as in example 5 in section 6.1).
HW9, due Tuesday:
6.2: 12, 14, 16.
HW10, due Thursday:
5.2: 4a, 4b.
HW11, due Tuesday:
6.3: 1, 2, 8, 10, 14;
HW12, due Thursday:
6.4: 1b, 6b.
6.5: 1a.
6.6: 12.
HW13, due Thursday:
4.1: 2, 9.
4.2: 20, 22 (for both, no need to graph or discuss behavior at infinity).
4.3: 1, but find only a particular solution (not the general solution).
Some practise problems for the final (NOT practise final, not to be turned in)
pdf
HW not to be turned in:
4.4: 1.