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# DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS COURSE REFERENCES

This course is designed as a one semester course in basic theory from - Rainville, Earl D. and Bedient, Phillip E.; Elementary Differential
both qualitative and quantitative methods as illustrated by standard Equations. Macmillan Publishing Company.
examples from chemistry, engineering, physics and other related - Peterson, Thurman S.; Calculus with Analytic Geometry.
subjects. It deals with the theory and method of solutions of ordinary Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc.
differential equations and linear differential equations with constant
coefficients, laplace transforms and its applications. Additional References:
Lecture Notes
Books, Encyclopedia, Science Dictionary, Magazines
COURSE OUTLINE Visual Aids and Other Instructional Materials

I. INTRODUCTION
A. Definition and Classifications of Differential Equations (DE)
B. Order and Degree of a D.E./ Linearity
MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT C. Solution of a D.E. (General and Particular)
Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng
Valenzuela II. SOLUTION OF SOME FIRST ORDER AND FIRST DEGREE
Poblacion II Malinta, Valenzuela City DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION
A. Variable Separable
B. Homogeneous Equations
C. Exact Equations
D. First Order Linear Equations
E. Bernoullis Equation

## III. APPLICATIONS OF FIRST ORDER DIFFERENTIAL

EQUATION
MA 20 A. Decomposition/Growth
B. Newtons Law of Cooling
Differential Equations C. Mixing (Non-Reacting Fluids)
D. The Natural Exponential Function
E. Electric Circuits

## IV. LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION OF ORDER

A. Standard Form of a Linear Differential Equation
B. Linear Independence of a set of functions
C. Differential Operators

## V. HOMOGENOUS LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION

WITH CONSTANT COEFFICIENTS
A. General Solution
Lecturer: Mr. Wilson L. De Guzman, LPT B. Auxiliary Equation
Consultation Hours: by Appointment
(EB Faculty Room) VI.NON-HOMOGENOUS LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION
Email: wilsondeguzman2015@gmail.com WITH CONSTANT COEFFICIENTS
A. Form of the General Solution
B. Solution by Method of Undetermined Coefficients
C. Solution by Variation Parameters
GRADING SYSTEM CLASS POLICIES MY GOALS in Differential Equations

GENERAL ____________________________________________________________
The final mark of the student will be based principally on
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the following: ____________________________________________________________
No sleeping ____________________________________________________________
Quizzes during class time. ____________________________________________________________
Seatwork and Problem Sets ____________________________________________________________
Major Examinations
Cellular phones should be ____________________________________________________________
turned off or put in silent ____________________________________________________________
Projects
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Class Participation mode during class hours. ____________________________________________________________
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COMPONENTS PERCENTAGE The teacher reserves the right to send anyone out on ____________________________________________________________
Quizzes 30% the grounds of discourtesy to the teacher or to a fellow ____________________________________________________________
Major Examinations 40% student, misbehavior in the classroom, and other _____________________________________________

Seatwork and Problem Sets 10% reasons as provided by the Student Handbook.
ACTION POINTS TO ACHIEVE MY GOALS
Projects 10% No extra work will be given to improve the students
Class Participation 10% grade. 1. I will submit a 1/4 index card with the following information:

EXAMINATIONS
Rating: MA 20 1x1
Use TEST BOOKLET during Major Examination.
Name: Pic
Do not use pencils in Long Tests and Major
Year and Section:
Examination.
Contact Number:
Any mistake in checking must be reported during the
day the test papers are returned.
MIDTERM
No barrowing and/or lending of calculator during
Quiz SW/PS C. Part. Proj. ME
exams.

ATTENDANCE
Trust in the LORD with all your heart and
lean not on your own understanding; in all Attendance is essential and students must come to
class ready to participate actively. You will be expected
your ways acknowledge Him and He will 2. And for this aspiration, I am willing to commit the following:
to read up assigned and discussed topics, contribute to