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Honors Elementary Differential Equations
MAP 2302, section 3149
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Professor David Groisser
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392-0281 extension 261
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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 Thu Jan 4 17:18:00 EST 2001