Math 322  Mathematical Analysis for Engineers
Spring 2015

Instructor:
Kevin
Lin
Office: Math 619
Course web page (this page): Office hours: see here Where & when: Chavez 308, MWF 10001050

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Announcements
Unless otherwise indicated, homework problems will not be collected, but we will generally have an inclass quiz on the due date based directly on the homework. * = please write up clearly and turn in on the due date.  Fourier transform practice problems  Topics and practice problems for Exam 3  HW14 due Thu 4/30: 11.2: 23, 24 12.6: 5, 6, 7, 12*, 14, 15 11.9: 2, 3, 6*, 9, 10* (You can ignore the physical setup in the text, and just assume L=pi and c=1.)  HW13 due Wed 4/22: 12.3: #5, 6, 7*, 14*  HW12 due Wed 4/15: 11.1: #1, 6*, 12*, 7, 8, 9*, 13* 11.2: #1, 2, 9,23, 24(saving 23, 24 for next time) Also do these problems.  HW11 due Wed 4/8: 4.6: #2*, 3, 5, 6 7.9: 15, 16, 17, 21* Also do these problems.  HW10 due Wed 4/1: 4.3: #2, 4, *6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12 Also do these problems. old announcements
Supplemental
 Upperdivision tutoring offered by the math dept
 Gaussian elimination example 1
 Gaussian elimination example 2
 Gaussian elimination example 3
 Matrix product example
 Matrix product associativity
 Distributive law for matrix products
 Eigeneverything
About this course
Official course policy @ Tue 01/13/15 21:52 MST
Syllabus (revised April 1, 2015)
I plan to cover the following topics from the text:
 Ch 13: Complex numbers and functions  Ch 7 & 8: Linear algebra  Ch 1, 2, & 4: ODEs The order of topics may change, and most likely I'll only cover a subset of each chapter.Ch 6: Laplace transforms (if time permits)(not enough time)  Ch 11: Fourier series and tarnsforms Ch 5 & 12: PDEsCh 12: PDEs
Course calendar
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