MATH 335 - Ordinary Differential Equations
Instructor: George Barrick
I’ll be teaching one section of Ordinary Differential Equations during Spring Semester 2016. To determine whether you are in fact enrolled in George Barrick’s section of this course, compare the course information in your schedule to see whether your section number of MATH 335 has the call number (10606). Section (10606) meets at 15:30 MW in UAWC 205.
Information you might need to get in touch with me follows:
|Office:||133 UAWC||Office Hours:||08:50 - 09:50 MTWH|
|09:50 - 11:50 M W|
|11:50 - 12:50 T H|
|12:50 - 14:50 M W|
|also by appointment|
For detailed information regarding my daily activities, see the plan page.
The text for Elementary Differential Equations (MATH 335) is edn. 10 of
A First Course In Differential Equations w/ Modeling Applications
by Dennis G. Zill (ISBN 97811-1182705-2). It’s available from UAkron Bookstore.
A scientific calculator is required for this course. The recommended
calculators are TI-82, TI-92, TI-83 Plus, TI-84 Plus, TI-89 and
TI-89 Titanium, though any graphing calculator that has some programming
capabilities should suffice. Please do not
use a TI-nSpire for this course. The recommended calculators may be used
on tests and on the Final Examination. Calculators, cell phones, PDA’s or
laptop computers that might either store text notes or host wireless
network links may not be used during quizzes or tests.
Five short homework assignments that require more careful write-ups will be turned in for 30 points each. These assignments may involve some graphing and numerical computations, and students are required to submit these in a timely fashion in the form of written or typed hardcopy.
The final examination meets on Wednesday May 11, 2016 from 16:00 - 17:55 p.m. in room UAWC 205. All of the information presented here, as well as more detailed things regarding grading policies etc. can be found in the class syllabus and the class schedule
All of the homeworks will be posted here within a few days after they’ve occurred in class. All students are encouraged to look through these old homeworks as a study guide.