Math 271D Spring 2018
|Meeting Times||T, R 11:40 - 12:55 in Kalkin 001|
|Instructor||Prof. Daniel Bentil|
|Office||25 Colchester Avenue (Mansfield House) Room 305|
|Phone numbers||656 - 3832 (Office); 656 -2940 (Dept.)|
|Text||Advanced Engineering Mathematics: Zill, Dennis G. (6th Edition) (Required)|
|Material||Chapters 1 - 5, 10, 11|
|Prerequisite||Prerequisite: Calculus, Linear Algebra or Permission of Instructor|
|Office Hours||Tuesdays 2:45 - 4:00pm|
|Other times: By appointment only.|
|Lectures & Guidelines||
This is a course on Advanced Engineering Mathematicss and it is in three parts. The first part will cover Ordinary Differential Equations. The second part will focus on Vectors, Matrices and Vector Calculus, and the third part will cover Systems of Differential Equations. It is assumed that students have studied undergraduate calculus, some linear algebra (or, at least, heard about it). More specifically, a selection topics from the following areas will be studied:
I. Introduction to
The purpose of our class meetings is to help you obtain
the core material that will allow you to learn through your own work
outside the classroom. Therefore, an essential part of your positive
learning process is to look for additional information from the library
and other sources namely, my office hours.
Three short projects/labwork will be assigned. Homework will be assigned using the "Enhanced WebAssign: Cengage Learning" system. To Enroll in WebAssign for the online homework, please use the following Class Key: uvm 3499 2025. Note that the class key starts with an institution code, followed by two sets of four digits.
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