Engineering Mathematics I (010.140.005)
Spring 2006
Description 

Most practical problems involved in engineering can be formulated and solved mathematically. Engineering Mathematics I, II, and III introduce undergraduate students to those areas of mathematics which, from a modern point of view, are most important in connection with such engineering problems. In particular, this course, Engineering Mathematics I, emphasizes the ordinary differential equations which are used to describe the physical situations of such engineering problems. This course is also required for Engineering Mathematics II and III.


Instructor 
Building 302, Room 325, Phone 1845


Class hours 
Monday and Wednesday 1:002:15pm


Classroom 

Building 302, Room 309


Teaching Assistants 
Building 302, Room 3121, Phone 1864


PreRequisites 
Elementary Calculus


Grading policy 
Midterm: 40% Final: 40% Homework & Course participation: 20%


Textbook 
Erwin Kreyszig, Advanced Engineering Mathematics 9^{th} Ed., John Wiley & Sons.


Outline 



Notification 

We will have a class on 4/26.
Midterm schedule
Final exam schedule






Schedule 



Week 1 
3 / 6 

Chap 1. First Order ODEs

3 / 8 



Week 2 
3 / 13 

Chap 2. Second Order Linear ODEs

3 / 15 



Week 3 
3 / 20 


3 / 22 



Week 4 
3 / 27 

Chap 3. HigherOrder Linear ODEs

3 