Math 2280-1 | Spring 2019, Differential Equations |
Instructor | G.B. Gustafson, Syllabus Here (pdf) |
Office hours | JWB 113 after class and by appointment. (801) 581-6879. Email preferred, Door Card and Email Address Here |
Lecture |
Section 2280-1 meets MWF, 8:00am to 9:20am in LCB 215.
Computer Lab at 7:30am in LCB 115 on select Tuesdays. Problem sessions Tuesdays 8:35-9:25am in JTB 120. Problem Session Dates Here. |
Midterm and Final Exams | Friday Midterms from 7:30-9:25am on Feb 22 and Apr 5. Final Exam 7:30-10:00am on Tuesday April 30. |
Homework | Due dates for HW: Jan 25, Feb 15, Mar 8, Mar 22, Mar 29, Apr 12, May 7, in seven (7) packages. |
Maple Labs | Due dates Feb 1, Feb 15, Mar 1 and May 7, in four (4) packages. |
Semester Project | Due dates: March 1, April 19 and May 7, in three (3) packages. Project |
Textbook | Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems: Computing and Modeling,
4th Edition, by C. H. Edwards and D. E. Penney (Pearson, 2008) or 5th Edition (Pearson, 2015). View the two book covers and ISBN numbers Here. If the campus bookstore has no 2280 textbook stock, then get the first chapter of the textbook as a PDF from here: Sections 1,2,3and Sections 3,4,5 |
Online Grades | Web site for Utah Canvas |
Calendar for Weeks 1-6 (Jan 7 to Feb 15)
Examples are available for weeks 1,2,3 only.
WEEK 1, Jan 7-11 Examples Lecture details ====== First Day Info Here Topics in the course Here 1.1; differential equation, mathematical model 1.2; integral as a general or particular solution 1.3; slope field 1.4; separable differential equation First Exercise Details Here. Submit Exercise 1.2-2 by Fri Jan 11 for review. Returned Week 2 with comments, Wed Jan 16. Homework HW1 due Friday of Week 3: 25 Jan. Some solved problems from Edwards-Penney can be found from the 2280 course of Professor Nathan Smale (2015) Here. WEEK 2, Jan 14-18 Examples Lecture details ====== 1.5; linear differential equation 3.7; LR and RC circuits Homework HW2 due Friday of Week 3: 25 Jan. Computer Lab 1 details. First Lab session is Tuesday Week 4 in LCB 115 at 7:30am. Intro Maple Lab 0 is a typing lesson due the first Friday of February. WEEK 3, Jan 21-25 Examples Lecture details ====== Monday Holiday, Martin Luther King Day. No classes. 2.1; mixture model, Malthus and Verhulst models, cascades and compartment models 2.2; autonomous u'=f(u), equilibrium solution, stability, harvesting 2.3; velocity, acceleration, Newton air resistance models maple Lab 1 quadratics and Jacobians due Feb 15 Numerical Work HW3, a maple homework, is due Week 6. There is no Lab on ch 2 numerics. Homework HW3 is the Numerical Homework PDF here, due Friday Week 6: 15 Feb Numerical maple and matlab resources Directory Here WEEK 4, Jan 28 to Feb 1 Lecture details ====== 2.3; Newton model examples, escape velocity, Jules Verne problem. 2.4, 2.5, 2.6; numerical solution background: Rectangular, Trapezoidal and Simpson rules 2.4; Euler method 2.5; Heun or Modified Euler method 2.6; Runge-Kutta method, RK4 Numerical methods, proofs. 3.1; second order linear equations, Euler solution atoms Tuesday is the Intro Maple Lab 0 and Maple Lab 1 day. Meet at 7:30am in LCB 115. HW3 is due Friday of Week 6, because it uses computers. Homework HW4 due Friday Week 6: 15 Feb Intro Maple Lab 0 due this Friday. Computer Lab 2 details WEEK 5, Feb 4-8 Lecture details ====== 3.3; homogeneous constant-coefficient equations, Euler substitution, Euler solution atoms 3.2; general solution, Picard theorem, independence, Wronskian, superposition 3.1-3.3 Continued. Independence. Wronskian Test. 3.5; Intro to the method of undetermined coefficients: y'+4y=sin(Pi*x) How to find the unique T-periodic solution, T=(2*Pi)/omega=2. 3.1,3.2,3.3; Euler's theorems for construction of an Euler solution atom basis. 3.4; Spring-mass model mx''+cx'+kx=0 3.7; LRC model LI''+RI'+(1/C)I=E'(t) Homework HW5 due Friday Week 9: 8 Mar. This is only section 3.5. Maple, MuPad, Matlab examples PDF No lab or HW due this week. Both HW5 and HW6 have been modified due to the snow day Feb 6. Tuesday Exam 1 Review Blackboard Photo Directory WEEK 6, Feb 11-15 Lecture details ====== 3.4; mechanical vibrations. Beats and resonance. 3.5; mechanical models, forced equations, undetermined coefficients, variation of parameters Homework HW6 due Friday Week 9: 8 Mar. Includes snow day delays 3.6, 3.7. REMINDER: Numerical Homework HW3, source file PDF here, is due Friday 15 Feb. Tuesday Maple Lab 1: LCB 115 at 7:30-8:25; Math Center at 8:30 until 9:30. One week warning: Midterm Exam 1 on Friday 22 February over weeks 1 to 5 Study Sample Exam 1 with solutions (Some topics not on the exam, due to the Feb 6 snow day) Maple from home, UofU Library Remote Maple 2017 How To Use It
Calendar for Weeks 7-11 (Feb 18 to Mar 22)
WEEK 7, Feb 18-22 Lecture details ====== Monday Holiday, President's Day. No classes. 3.5; Examples: beats, undetermined coefficients, variation of parameters 3.6; mechanical resonance 3.7; electrical resonance 7.1 History of Laplace's quadrature method. Lerch's contribution. Laplace's method solves differential equations. Maple Lab 2 Newton Cooling (pipes or swamp) due Friday March 1. Maple, MuPad, Matlab examples Click Here Homework HW7 due Friday Week 11: 22 Mar. Friday, 22 Feb, Midterm Exam 1 at 7:45am until 9:25am, over weeks 1 to 5 Study Sample Exam 1 (2019) with solutions Midterm Exam 1 2019 Problems and Student Solutions (posted 25 Feb 2019) Convert exam scoring letter grades to demerits: Click Here WEEK 8, Feb 25 to Mar 1 Lecture details ====== 7.1; Laplace integral, properties, table, piecewise continuous, existence, Lerch's theorem, inverse Laplace 7.2; derivative theorem L(y')=sL(y)-y(0) and extensions, integral theorem 7.3; shift theorem 7.4; convolution, s-derivative theorem, t-integral theorem 7.5; unit step, pulse, ramp, periodic function theorem Homework HW8 due Friday Week 11: 22 Mar. Lab day Tuesday Feb 26 in LCB 115 7:30am: Maple Lab 2 Newton Cooling. Choose one: pipes or swamp maple Lab 2 freezing pipes due Mar 1 maple Lab 2 swamp cooler due Mar 1 if pipes not selected Semester project package 1 due March 1 is postponed until Monday March 4. Only the maple lab is due on March 1. WEEK 9, Mar 4-8 Lecture details ====== 4.1; first order system, brine cascade, spring-mass system, electrical network 4.1; Picard theorem [integrated with Ch 7] 7.2; spring-mass system, modeling 7.3; resolvent identity for systems, partial fractions, Heaviside's method, Resonance 7.5; spring-mass, circuits, second shift theorem 5.1; matrix systems u'=F(u), u'=Au+g(t), superposition, vector-matrix Picard theorem 5.1; Cayley-Hamilton-Ziebur shortcut for 2x2 systems: 2 brine tanks Slides: Cayley-Hamilton-Ziebur Method for u'=Au 5.3; mechanical systems Mx''=Kx, railway cars, resonance 7.4 Convolution theorem L(f*g)=L(f)L(g), f*g=int(f(t-x)g(x),x=0..t) = conv. f and g 7.5; Periodic function theorem L(f)=int(f(x)exp(-sx),x=0..T)/(1+exp(-sT), f(t+T)=f(t) Computer Lab 3 and Lab 4 sources and due dates maple Lab 3 laplace due May 7 maple Lab 3 laplace, maple text for mouse-paste. maple Lab 4 resonance due May 7 Maple from home, UofU Library Remote Maple2017 How To Use It Homework HW9 due Friday Week 12: 29 Mar (after Spring Break week 10). WEEK 10, Mar 9-17 is Spring Break. No classes. ======= No Lab. No HW. Maple, MuPad, Matlab code examples PDF WEEK 11, Mar 18-22 Lecture details ======= 7.5; Impulses, second shifting theorem Maple Labs 3 and 4, Tuesday session in LCB115 at 7:30am, 8:30 in the Math Center maple Lab 3 laplace (revised 19 Mar) due by May 7 maple Lab 3 laplace, maple text for mouse-paste. maple Lab 4 resonance maple Lab 4 resonance due by May 7 Xcredit maple Lab 5 brine tank due by May 7 Xcredit maple Lab 6 narrows due by May 7 Xcredit maple Lab 7 earthquake due by May 7 4.2; Cayley-Hamilton-Ziebur method (Example 4.2-1), Elimination method, Cayley-Hamilton theorem. 4.3; RK4 numerical algorithm for systems. Example 1: PDF: maple for section 4.3 SYSTEM Reference: Manuscript: Numerical methods for systems Slides: Numerical methods, scalar and vector formulas 5.1; Cayley-Hamilton-Ziebur shortcut for 2x2 systems: 2 brine tanks Slides: First Order Cayley-Hamilton-Ziebur Method for u'=Au 5.2; Eigenanalysis method for u'=Au, brine tank cascades Chapter 5 maple examples source directory Homework HW7 due Friday Week 12: 29 March Homework HW8 due Friday Week 12: 29 March Homework HW9 due Friday Week 14: 12 April (no HW10, Spring Break) Homework HW11 due Friday Week 14: 12 April
Calendar for Weeks 12-17 (Mar 25 to May 7)
WEEK 12, Mar 25-29 Lecture details ======= REF: Manuscript: Examples of Systems of Differential Equations 4.2; Cayley-Hamilton-Ziebur method (Example 4.2-1) 5.1; Cayley-Hamilton-Ziebur shortcut for 2x2 systems: 2 brine tanks Slides: Cayley-Hamilton-Ziebur Method for u'=Au 5.2; Eigenanalysis method for u'=Au, brine tank cascades 5.3; mechanical systems Mx''=Kx, eigenpair solution, railway cars, resonance, earthquakes Slides: Cayley-Hamilton-Ziebur Method for u''=Au Chapter 5 maple examples source directory 5.4; generalized eigenpair, Jordan's two theorems, Cayley-Hamilton 5.4; Brief intro to Jordan form, Jordan chain algorithm REF: Manuscript: Jordan Form REF: Jordam Form maple examples (see also jordan-form-examples.mw) Homework HW12 due Friday Week 15: 19 Apr Maple references for Exercises 6.3-4,5,6,7: PDF and WORKSHEET Maple reference for Exercises 6.3-8,9,10: PDF and WORKSHEET 5.5; matrix exponential, Putzer algorithm, fundamental solution REF: Manuscript: Matrix Exponential and Putzer Algorithm REF: Manuscript: Jordan Form and Eigenanalysis REF: Manuscripts: Systems of Differential Equations [Directory] Exercises Edwards-Penney Chapter 5 Fourth Edition Tuesday Exam 2 Review blackboard photo directory, Exam 2 review (photos and references for Exam 2, updated 2apr2019) One week warning: Midterm Exam 2 on Friday 5 April Study for Midterm 2 on April 5: Sample Exam 2 Problems and solutions REF: Midterm 2 problems and typeset solutions 2017, PDF at this LINK REF: Midterm 2 problems and typeset solutions 2016, PDF at this LINK REF: Midterm 2 problems and typeset solutions 2015, PDF at this LINK Exam 2 will cover topics from week 6 to Friday of week 11. Only topics on the sample exam will appear on Exam 2. In particular, only chapters 1 to 5 and 7, with chapter 6 moved to the final exam. Due Friday: HW7, HW8. Submit HW9 in Week 14, after Exam 2. WEEK 13, Apr 1-5 Lecture details ======= Exam 2: REF: Slides: partial fractions: atoms, sampling, Heavide cover-up 5.6; vector-matrix variation of parameters, 3-tank brine cascade REF: Slides: Matrix Exponential, Putzer Algorithm, Var Parameters Class Apr 3: Putzer and Var Parameters Example and lecture topics Ch5 REF: Manuscript: Putzer Proof REF: Slides: systems Eigenanalysis and the 4 methods REF: Manuscript: system examples, brine tanks to helicopter logging REF: Slides: brine tank and heating examples 6.1; equilibria, stability. 6.2; phase portraits for non-linear systems, Paste Theorem REF: Slides: Dynamical Systems Introduction REF: Manuscript: dynamical Systems REF: Slides: Dynamical Systems Classification REF: Slides: Dynamical Systems Phase Portraits REF: Slides: Dynamical Systems Stability Friday 5 April: Midterm Exam 2 at 7:30am until 9:25am, over weeks 6 to 11 2019 Midterm 2: Exam 2 Problems Only (Posted 5 Apr 2019) 2019 Midterm 2: Exam 2 Problems and answers (Posted 15 Apr) Homework HW13 due by Midnight 7 May, under door JWB 113 Extra Credit Labs due May 7. See Extra Credit PDF Sources WEEK 14, Apr 8-12 Lecture details ======= 6.3; populations and ecological models, predator-prey, competition, survival, extinction Maple references for Exercises 6.3-4,5,6,7: PDF and WORKSHEET Maple reference for Exercises 6.3-8,9,10: WORKSHEET 6.4; nonlinear mechanical systems, hard and soft springs, nonlinear pendulum, skipped: 6.5; chaos, period doubling, pitchfork bifurcation, York-Li, Feigenbaum. Examples: Duffing, Lorenz, Roessler REF: Slides: Dynamical Systems Introduction REF: Manuscript: dynamical Systems REF: Slides: Dynamical Systems Classification and Pasting Theorem REF: Slides: Dynamical Systems Phase Portraits and Maple Interactive Plots REF: Slides: Dynamical Systems Stability, Jacobian Matrix, Linearized u'=Ju 9.1; periodic time signals, Fourier series, Gibbs overshoot, signal reconstruction from sampling, mpg music 9.2; Fourier-Dirichlet convergence theorem, Fourier coefficients, signal approximation, graphical intuition Gibbs overshoot apr15-gibbs-S2017.mwDIRECTORY Friday 12 Apr 2019 blackboard photos, periodic functions, Fourier coefficients, Gibbs overshoot DIRECTORY Homework HW14 due by Midnight 7 May, under door JWB 113 Due Friday: HW9, HW11 WEEK 15, Apr 15-19 Lecture details ======= 9.1, 9.2 continued. Orthogonality relations for the trig system Clasical method to determine Fourier coefficients. Inner Product Spaces, orthogonal sets, special computations for Fourier coefficients. Shadow Projection formulas for orthogonal series. REFERENCES: Slides: Orthogonality and Manuscript: Inner Product Spaces Monday 15 Apr 2019 blackboard photos, Fourier coefficients DIRECTORY 9.3; Even and odd signals, Fourier sine and cosine series, differentiation and integration of Fourier series 9.4; Steady-state periodic solution, observable, damping effects, mechanical and electrical forcing effects 9.5; heat conduction, boundary value problem, superposition, separation of variables solution 9.5; ice-pack ends. Dirichlet problem. Examples in Maple: DIRECTORY Fourier Coefficients, Square wave, inner product space guide PDF SLIDES Blackboard photos Wed 17 Apr, Lemma for X''+lambda X=0, X(0)=X(L)=0: PHOTO DIR Homework HW15 due by Midnight 7 May, under door JWB 113 Xcredit Maple Lab 5 Brine Tanks due by May 7 under the door JWB 113 (Xcredit maple lab). Study the Sample Final Exam Questions and Answers and Short Sample with answers Study the Final Exam Study Guide Old Final Exam problems and student solutions 2017, PDF at this LINK Old Final Exam problems and typeset solutions 2016, PDF at this LINK Tuesday Final Exam Review blackboard photo directory (uploaded after the review) Study the Sample Final Exam Questions and Answers and Short Sample with answers Study the Final Exam Study Guide maple Lab 3 laplace (revised 19 Mar) Due by May 7 maple Lab 3 laplace, maple text for mouse-paste. maple Lab 4 resonance maple Lab 4 resonance due by May 7 Xcredit maple Lab 5 brine tank due by May 7 Xcredit maple Lab 6 narrows due by May 7 Xcredit maple Lab 7 earthquake due by May 7 WEEK 16, Apr 22, 23 Lecture details ======= LAST DAY: Tuesday 23 April. READING DAY is Wednesday 24 April. 9.6; Finite string equation in one dimension. Methods: Steady-state heat conduction on a plate. Reference: Standing Waves on a string Standford Physics Dept 2004 Reference: Maple worksheet for the wave equation and standing waves apr22wavemaple.mw Sample Final Exam. Covers Chapters 1 to 9, skip Chapter 8. Comprehensive Final Exam review started last Tuesday continues on Tuesday-Wednesday. Study the Sample Final Exam Questions and Answers and Short Sample with answers Study the Final Exam Study Guide Old Final Exam problems and student solutions 2017, PDF at this LINK Old Final Exam problems and typeset solutions 2016, PDF at this LINK Final Exam Review session blackboard photo directory (23 Apr 8:00-9:25am in JTB 120: photos uploaded after the review) Outline of the final exam problems: PDF Outline (uploaded Sunday 28 April) WEEK 17 ======= Finals week: Comprehensive final exam, Tuesday April 30, 7:30am to 10:15am in LCB 215 See the sample exam outline above uploaded 28 April. Extra credit homework and labs due by 6pm, under the door 113 JWB, May 7. Homework HW15 due by 6pm, under the door 113 JWB, May 7 2019 Final Exam Questions S2019 with student solutions (posted 7 May)
Maple, Matlab and Mathematica Tutorials
Sample Maple Code for 2280
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- Utah Maple tutorial 2019 in html format. Includes Setup and First Use.
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