Week 13 Math Homework

Elementary Differential Equations

MATH 340 - SPRING 2018

Dan Volok

Office: Cardwell 235

Phone: 532-0586

E-mail:danvolok@math.ksu.edu

Online Textbook:Andrew G. Bennett, Elementary Differential Equations

Online Homework:http://www.math.ksu.edu/onlinehw/m240

Procedure: The class is structured with two large lectures a week where new material will be introduced and old material summarized, one computer lab where you can experiment with different mathematical situations with a partner, and one recitation where you can get help on the homework and other topics in the course. The list of topics covered in the course together with the corresponding assignments can be found below.

Homework: Written homework will be assigned weekly and is due in the homework box by 5:00 PM on the due date. Late homework may not be accepted. There will also be regular online homework assignments posted on the class web page. These assignments will be computer graded with immediate feedback. The problems are randomly generated for each student, and you may try an assignment as many times as you want before 11:00 PM on the due date. You will receive your highest score over all your attempts on each assignment.

Labs: The course has a weekly computer lab. You will need to attend the lab session to get specific instructions and help on carrying out the labs. You can continue to work on the labs from any computer with a web browser (that supports Java) to finish your work, or to review material while writing up your lab report or while preparing for an exam. Written lab reports will be turned into the lab box by 5:00 PM on the due date. Please be careful to turn homework into the homework box and labs into the lab box; different people pick up the different types of assignments.

Exams: The midterm exams for this course will be from 7:15 PM-8:45 PM on the following Tuesdays: Feb. 13, Mar. 13 and Apr. 17. The exam rooms will be announced according to recitation section. Exams may include material from lectures, homework, and labs. The final exam will be comprehensive; it will take place on May 9 from 6:20 PM – 8:10 PM. Exams will be closed book, but you will be permitted one 8.5" x 11" sheet of handwritten notes. Calculators are NOT permitted. After each exam is graded, a scale will be posted listing the minimum A, B, C, and D scores on that exam.

Missed Exam Policy: If you have to miss a midterm exam for a legitimate, verifiable reason, notify your recitation instructor as soon as possible. If your absence is excused, your score for the missed exam will be based on your scores for the other two midterm exams. If not, your score will be 0. Furthermore, if you have to miss two or more midterm exams, or the final exam, you may receive the grade of Incomplete.

Grading: Written homework, online homework and lab scores will account for 30% of the final grade. Each midterm exams will contribute 15%, and the final exam will be worth 25% of the final grade.

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Statement Regarding Expectations for Classroom Conduct

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Schedule

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Week 7

Week 8

Week 9

Week 10

Week 11

Week 12

Week 13

Week 14

Week 15

Final Exam

Week 1

Assignments:

Due:

Written

HomeworkProblems 6,8,10,12,14,16

Mon, Jan 22, 05:00 PM

Week 2

Assignments:

Due:

Written

HomeworkProblems 22,24,26,28,30,32

Mon, Jan 29, 5:00 PM

Online

Separable Equations

Exact Equations

Mon, Jan 29, 11:00 PM

Lab

Geometric InterpretationProblems 1-8

Fri, Jan 26, 5:00 PM

Week 3

Assignments:

Due:

Written

HomeworkProblems 44,46,48,50,52,54

Mon, Feb 5, 5:00 PM

Online

Linear Equations

Bernoulli Equations

Mon, Feb 5, 11:00 PM

Lab

Autonomous Equations Labreport

Fri, Feb 2, 5:00 PM

Week 4

Assignments:

Due:

Written

HomeworkProblems 56,57,58,59,60,62

Mon, Feb 12, 5:00 PM

Online

Homogeneous Equations

Autonomous Equations

Mon, Feb 12, 11:00 PM

Lab

Harvesting Models Labreport

Fri, Feb 9, 5:00 PM

Week 5

Assignments:

Due:

Written

HomeworkProblems 12,14,16,20,24,26

Mon, Feb 19, 5:00 PM

Online

Complex Arithmetic

Complex Variables

Mon, Feb 19, 11:00 PM

Week 6

Assignments:

Due:

Written

HomeworkProblems 30,36,38,40,42,46

Mon, Feb 26, 5:00 PM

Online

Second-Order Homogeneous Equations

Mon, Feb 26, 11:00 PM

Lab

Numerical Methods Lab Problems 2,3,8,9,14,15

Fri, Feb 23, 5:00 PM

Week 7

Assignments:

Due:

Written

HomeworkProblems 56,60,68,70,80,82

Mon, Mar 5, 5:00 PM

Online

Second-Order Inhomogeneous Equations

Mon, Mar 5, 11:00 PM

Lab

Numerical Methods for Higher-Order EquationsProblems 1-10

Fri, Mar 2, 5:00 PM

Week 8

Assignments:

Due:

Written

HomeworkProblems 76,77

Homework Problems 1,2,3,4

Mon, Mar 12, 5:00 PM

Online

Laplace Transforms

Inverse Laplace Transforms

Mon, Mar 12, 11:00 PM

Lab

Free and Forced Motion LabProblems 1-8

Fri, Mar 9, 5:00 PM

Week 9

Assignments:

Due:

Written

HomeworkProblems 6,8,10,12,22,24

Mon, Mar 26, 5:00 PM

Online

Impulse Functions

Mon, Mar 26, 11:00 PM

Week 10

Assignments:

Due:

Written

HomeworkProblems 16,17,18,19,26,28

Mon, Apr 2, 5:00 PM

Online

First-Order Linear Systems

Mon, Apr 2, 11:00 PM

Lab

The Gamma function Problems 1-7

Fri, Mar 30, 5:00 PM

Week 11

Assignments:

Due:

Written

HomeworkProblems 29,30,31,32,33,34

Mon, Apr 9, 5:00 PM

Lab

Stability Lab Problems 2-7

Fri, Apr 6, 11:00 PM

Week 12

Assignments:

Due:

Written

HomeworkProblems 2,10,12,14,16,17

Mon, Apr 16, 5:00 PM

Online

Series Solutions

Radius of Convergence

Mon, Apr 16, 11:00 PM

Lab

Systems LabProblems 2-5

Fri, Apr 13, 5:00 PM

Week 13

Assignments:

Due:

Written

HomeworkProblems 18,20,22,24,26,30

Mon, Apr 23, 5:00 PM

Online

Euler Equations

Mon, Apr 23, 11:00 PM

Week 14

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On Monday, each student gets a hole-punched copy of the homework for the week. I ask that they keep the homework in their notebooks/binders. They are expected to show their work on the actual homework paper or a separate sheet if there’s not room.

As a bell ringer, I like to display the answer key on my IWB and have students self-correct. I have a student-helper check homework completion for me so that I can hold students accountable for actually doing the work and not just copying answers. This individual awards points on Class Dojo for homework. I had very few students who lost points for homework. Once I’m finished with administrative tasks (attendance, messages, etc.), we discuss the problems in whole-group, especially those that may have been challenging.

On Friday morning, after discussing the previous night’s homework, students will take the weekly quiz. It has been paper/pencil in the past, but I’m transitioning over to Google Forms. (I used Google forms for other assessments over the past couple of years, and have absolutely loved it!)

I do not take a grade on the weekly homework… It’s checked for completion. My real accountability piece that I grade is the Quiz. It is directly aligned to the skills practiced on the homework. The quiz grade goes in the gradebook.
I started this routine using a Test Prep packet I purchased at the end of last year, and it worked beautifully. I plan to start my year off using this same routine.

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