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Class Home Page

Elementary Differential Equations -- MAP 2302

Fall 2005

Sections 3226 (5th period MWF)

and 3227 (6th period MWF)

The URL for this page is
` http://www.math.ufl.edu/~groisser/classes/2302_f05/homepage.html
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Most handouts and other information will be available via links
from this page and/or the syllabus page.

Professor David Groisser

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Syllabus
Homework assignments
Other handouts
Grade scales for 5th
period and 6th period
sections. (Updated periodically, these pages will usually be current
through most recent exam, and will not exist till after the first
exam. The midterms, and their grading scales, will be the same for
both sections; since the sections meet consecutively, information on
exam content cannot be passed effectively from students who have just
taken the exam in one section to students about to take it in the
other. The final exams will be given on different days, so those exams
will differ from each other, and therefore their grading scales may
differ as well.)
Dr. Groisser's office hours

## Prerequisites for this course

MAC 2312 or equivalent. You will need a good working knowledge of
Calculus 1 and 2. In particular, you will be expected to know
integration techniques; the chain rule; partial fractions; and the
algebra, calculus, and general properties of sines, cosines, and
exponentials. **If you are weak in any of these areas, or it's been a
while since you took calculus, you will need to spend extra time
reviewing or relearning that material.**
Knowledge of partial derivatives (usually covered in
third-semester calculus) is not a prerequisite but would be helpful.

*Last update made by D. Groisser Mon Oct 31 17:13:27 EST 2005
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