### Differential Equations Math 2250-4 Spring 2012 Exam Page

Department of Mathematics
College of Science
University of Utah

Friday quiz solutions, exam review material, exams, solutions and score distributions will be posted on this page.

January 13 1.1-1.2
quiz1.pdf   quiz1sols.pdf
January 20 1.3-1.5
quiz2.pdf   quiz2sols.pdf
January 27 2.1-2.2
quiz3.pdf   quiz3sols.pdf
February 3 2.3
quiz4.pdf   quiz4sols.pdf
February 10 3.1-3.4
quiz5.pdf   quiz5sols.pdf

Exam 1: Thursday February 16, in our classroom. If you are in section 5 you will take the exam from 10:40-11:40. If you are in section 6 you will take it from 11:45-12:45.
We'll review the content from Chapters 1-3 Wednesday in class, using these exam1review.pdf  notes. I'll go over last fall's exam on Tuesday from 5:00-6:30 p.m., in AEB 310. That exam is linked below, along with its solutions. Even though the warning below applies, my old exams give you an idea of how I structure exams, and how I try to address a selection of the course concepts.
Warning: exam topics and concepts are not restricted to the particular ones which appear on this practice test!
practiceexam.pdf
practiceexamsols.pdf  solutions
There are links to more practice exams on last falls's page
2250-1fall2011exampage.html .
exam1.pdf  our exam
exam1sols.pdf  and solutions.
exam1scores.pdf  score distribution

February 24 4.1-4.4
quiz6.pdf   quiz6sols.pdf

March 2 5.1-5.2
quiz7.pdf   quiz7sols.pdf

March 9 5.3-5.4
quiz8.pdf   quiz8sols.pdf

March 23 5.5-5.6
quiz9.pdf   quiz9sols.pdf
Exam 2: Thursday March 29, in our classroom. If you are in section 5 you will take the exam from 10:40-11:40. If you are in section 6 you will take it from 11:45-12:45.
We'll review the content from Chapters 4.1-4.4, 5, EP3.7, 10.1-10.3 Wednesday in class. I'll go over last fall's exam on Tuesday from 5:00-6:30 p.m., in JFB 103. (Kishalaya Saha will run a homework session in the same room, from 3:30-4:30.) That exam is linked below, along with its solutions. Even though the warning below applies, my old exams give you an idea of how I structure exams, and how I try to address a selection of the course concepts.
Warning: exam topics and concepts are not restricted to the particular ones which appear on this practice test!
practiceexam.pdf
practiceexamsols.pdf  solutions
There are links to more practice exams on last falls's page
2250-1fall2011exampage.html .
exam2.pdf  our exam
exam2sols.pdf  and solutions
exam2scores.pdf  score distribution

April 6 10.4-10.5, EP7.6, 6.1-6.2
quiz10.pdf   quiz10sols.pdf

April 13 7.1-7.3
quiz11.pdf   quiz11sols.pdf

April 20 7.3-7.4
quiz12.pdf   quiz12sols.pdf

Final exam: Thursday May 3, 10:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. You will be able to work until 12:50, if you wish. We will use our regular classroom LCB 219 and the neigboring room LCB 225, so that there is ample space. You may choose either room.
Review sessions: We reviewed the course material on the last day of classes, using these Math2250review.pdf notes.
I will review last fall's final exam material on Tuesday May 1 from 2-4 p.m., in JFB 102. That exam and its solutions are posted below. Remember the usual caveats: Review concepts/topics first, to check and integrate your understanding of the course material. Class notes and the text are useful at this stage. Then look for representative problems to test your understanding of concepts, techniques, and applications. At this point old quizzes and homework problems as well as old exams are good source material. Remember that no exam can cover all topics, so do not expect topic coverage on previous exams to necessarily coincide with this spring's version of the final exam.
practicefinal.pdf   final exam from fall 2011.
practicefinalsols.pdf   solutions
There is another old final exam posted on the