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Engineering Math Fall 2006

Today: Sunday November 19: 10:32AM, 2017
Updated: Saturday December 23: 07:19AM, 2006
Your rank in class for F2006 is available. The text file link is sorted from highest exam average to lowest. The exam average is (final+final+exam1+exam2+exam3)/5. Find your record by knowing your exam scores on exam 1. Search for your approximate exam average over the three midterms and final exam, and if you cannot find your record, then search for the score on exam 1 problem 1 that matches your record, e.g., "Ex1-1=74" is such a string.
About four edits to the rank file have been made since it was first created. Likely, your rank in class has gone up or down.
The computed average has been corrected from the December 15 posting, which computed (final + final +examave)/3 instead of (final+final+exam1+exam2+exam3)/5.
All dailies are now included in the record. This includes extra credit from December 7. The number of dailies used is 112, for computing averages. The most you can receive is 100, so a score of 107.3 is truncated to 100.
Please do not send email about dailies, unless the effect is to change your grade.
Your rank in class is fixed by exams and unaffected by dailies. Please know that the formula "lettergrade = 0.3*dailies+0.7*exams" absorbs small changes in the dailies and can effect at most a + or - change in the letter grade.
Grades for F2006 posted Sat Dec 23 7am MST 2006.

Click here for rank in class and your electronic record [Sat Dec 23 07:18:19 MST 2006]
Click here for the email message about electronic records

2250-1 7:30 and 2250-2 10:45 Due Dates Fall 2006

  1. 2250 [7:30am, 10:45am] What happened in class? Web log of material and references. Click here
  2. 2250 [7:30am, 10:45am] Changes in due dates for submitted work Updated due dates

2250-4 5:55pm Due Dates Fall 2006

  1. 2250 [5:55pm] What happened in class? Web log of material and references. Click here
  2. 2250 [5:55pm] Changes in due dates for submitted work Updated due dates

Maple labs 2250 Fall 2006

Click here for all F2006 maple labs and maple extra credit.

2250-1,2,4 Midterm and Final Exams Fall 2006

Click here for all F2006 exam materials, including samples, old exam keys with solutions, keys to this semester's exams, and related study guides for exams.

DE and Linear Algebra Lecture Slides Fall 2006

Click here for all classroom projection materials, including slides, pdf documents, examples, special solutions and maple code.

DE and Linear Algebra manuscripts Fall 2006

Click here for longer classroom pdf manuscripts, slides, textbook problem solutions, examples, solution outlines and maple code. This page catalogs a number of longer pdf documents that augment the textbook materials or explain a particular topic in detail. Not all topics are in the course syllabus.

2250 Syllabus, Gradesheet, Reports, Fall 2006

  1. Gustafson's 2250 (7:30am, 10:45am) gradesheet and problem list Fall 2006.
    7:30 and 10:45 gradesheet ( 40K pdf)
  2. Gustafson's 2250 (7:30am, 10:45am) syllabus Fall 2006.
    7:30 and 10:45 syllabus ( 99K pdf)
  3. Gustafson's 2250 (5:55pm) gradesheet and problem list Fall 2006.
    5:55pm gradesheet ( 40K pdf)
  4. Gustafson's 2250 (5:55pm) syllabus Fall 2006.
    5:55pm syllabus (100K pdf)
  5. 2250 format suggestions for submitted work
    How to improve your written work. Writing reports. ( 25K pdf)

OLD Engineering Math Local Documents 1998-2006

  1. Link to Spring 2006 Eng Math documents
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  2. Link to Fall 2005 Eng Math documents
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  3. Link to Spring 2005 Eng Math documents
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  4. Link to Fall 2004 Eng Math documents
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  5. Link to Spring 2004 Eng Math documents
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  6. Link to Fall 2003 Eng Math documents
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  7. Link to Spring 2003 Eng Math documents
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  8. Link to Fall 2002 Eng Math documents
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  9. Link to Spring 2002 Eng Math documents
    Click Here
  10. Link to 2000-2001 Eng Math documents
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  11. Link to 1995-1999 Eng Math documents
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FLASH Animations of applications

  • The physics animations in the link below [85 animations] were written by David M. Harrison, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Toronto. They are Copyright 2002 - 2006 David M. Harrison.
    Harrison's physics animations
    The areas covered in the 85 animations appear below. A high percentage of them touch the subject matter of this course.
    1. Chaos
    2. Classical Mechanics
    3. Electricity and Magnetism
    4. Micrometer Caliper
    5. Miscellaneous
    6. Nuclear
    7. Optics
    8. Oscilloscope
    9. Quantum Mechanics
    10. Relativity
    11. Sound Waves
    12. Vectors
    13. Waves

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