Differential Equations MATH 212
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Date Created: 10/03/15
Math 212 Exam III Review Exam III will be on Friday April 17 and it will cover sections 4144 6165 and maybe 73 from the textbook Your homework for the week is also due on Friday These are some of the things I expect you to be able to do on the exam 1 Solve higher order linear equations in some cases constant coefficients in particular 41 44 2 Compute Laplace transforms of piecewise continuous functions and know when they exist 61 63 3 Solve initial value problems with discontinuous forcing functions using Laplace transforms 62 64 4 Understand impulse functions and solve differential equations with an impulse function as the forcing function 65 5 Understand Laplace transforms and their relationship with convolution integrals 66 6 Solve differential equations in terms of convolution integrals 66 7 maybe I will tell you on Monday 413 Compute eigenvalues and eigenvectors 73 I will give you a table of Laplace transforms on the exam The best way to study for the exam is to do as many problems as you can stand Redo the homework problems and other problems like them Below is a not necessarily comprehensive list of some practice problems from the book that are at least worth thinking about There are clearly too many to attempt all of them 41 1711217243128 61 1724 42 1736 62 1723 43 1718 63 1732 44 176 64 1717 gas 1715 73 15724 66 1720 On Wednesday before the exam class will be devoted to answering questions So if you have questions bring them to class on Wednesday You will be allowed to use your calculator on the exam and I will give you a table of Laplace transforms You will not need to simplify your answers But you will need to show all of your work you will not receive credit if you do not show your work
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