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MATH 221 SYLLABUS FALL 2003TEXT: Fundamentals of Differential Equations, Nagle, Saff, Snider, Sixth ed.,Addison-Wesley (2003).DAILY WORK: The exercises suggested below represent a minimal assignment. Some studentsmay have to work additional exercises from the text to master the material.PREREQUISITES: Math 106, 107, and 208. You are expected to know differentiation and in-tegration techniques and to be familiar with vector fields and parameterizedcurves.NOTES: The pace of the course, order of topics, number of exams, projects, quizzes,and number of assignments may be varied at the discretion of your instructor.Your grade in the course will be determined by your instructor, who willdescribe her/his grading policy in detail.TESTS AND EXAMS: Tests and Exams will, in part, test whether you can apply concepts learned inthe course to new situations; thus, problems appearing on the exams may notbe exactly like exercises in the text.FINAL EXAM: All Math 221 students are required to take a comprehensive final examinationcovering all the topics listed on this syllabus, barring a specific announcementto the contrary. The final exam will be in your regular classroom at the timelisted in the UNL Schedule of Classes. You must arrange your personal andwork schedules to allow you to take the exam at this scheduled time.COMPUTER LAB: Some work in Math 221 may require the use of a computer algebra system.The Math Department Computer Lab (Bessey 105) is available for this purposefor all students enrolled in the course. The computer lab also gives studentsaccess to email and the World Wide Web. To obtain a computer lab account,students must attend a lab orientation session. Sign-up sheets will be postedon the door of Bessey 105.WEEK DATES SECTIONS EXERCISES1 Aug 25-29 1.1 p.5: 1,5,6,8,11,13,161.2 p.14: 1,4,7,9,12,161.3 p.22: 1,3,5,7,8,11,13,16Monday, September 1, is Labor Day (No classes)2 Sept 2-5 1.4 p.28: 1,3,7,8,102.1,2.2 p.46: 3,6,9,15,20,233 Sept 8-12 2.3 p.54: 1,4,6,7,9,11,14,17,20Existence-Uniqueness p.14: 18, 23, 25; p.46: 29, 303.1,3.2 p.98: 1,2,5,7,9,19,21,25,264 Sept 15-19 3.3 p.107: 1,4,5,7,83.4 p.115: 1,5,7,8,135 Sept 22-26 3.5 p.122: 1,2,3,7,84.1,4.2 p.167: 1,4,9,13,16,21,25, 27,29,31,39,42,446 Sept 29-Oct 3 Test I this week4.3 p.177: 1,5,9,16,21,25,32,33Cauchy-Euler DEs p.177: 40,42,43,44; p.332: 31MATH 221 SYLLABUS FALL 2003WEEK DATES SECTIONS EXERCISES7 Oct 6-10 4.4 p.186: 3,5,6,9,12,15,27,30,334.5 p.192: 1,3,6,9,12,14,17,20,25,26,31,35,374.6 p.197: 1,5,9,11,15,228 Oct 13-17 6.1 p.324: 1,3,5,9,11,15,19,236.2 p.331: 1,4,9,11,15,19,20Friday,October 17,is the last day to change your grade option to or from “Pass/No Pass”.October 20-21 is Fall Break (no classes)9 Oct 22-24 6.3 p.337: 1,4,7,10,11,15,23,31,3210 Oct 27-31 4.8,4.9 p.219: 1,5,7,9,10,16; p.227: 3,8,9,115.6 p.291: 1,2,3,5,711 Nov 3-7 Test II this week5.2 p.250: 2,4,7,10,20,23,25,31,3512 Nov 10-14 5.4 p.274: 1,3,4,7,10,11,14,19,29Systems See exercises on handoutsFriday,November 14,is the last day to withdraw from the course and receive a grade of W.13 Nov 17-21 7.1,7.2 p.359: 1,5,11,13,16,21,24,267.3 p.365: 1,7,9,13,21,2414 Nov 24-25 7.4 p.374: 1,3,5,8,11,13,20,21,25,29November 26-28 is Thanksgiving (no classes)15 Dec 1-5 Test III this week7.5 p.383: 1,4,7,10,15,257.6 p.395: 1,3,5,6,11,15,29, 33,37,39,61,6216 Dec 8-12 7.8 p.405 : 1,7,12,13,15,23Review for FinalDepartment Grading Appeals Policy: The Department of Mathematics and Statistics does not toleratediscrimination or harassment on the basis of race, gender, religion, or sexual orientation. If you believeyou have been subject to such discrimination or harassment, in this or any other math course, pleasecontact the department. If, for this or any other reason, you believe your grade was assigned incorrectlyor capriciously, appeals may be made to (in order) the instructor, the department chair, the departmentalgrading appeals committee, the college grading appeals committee, and the university grading

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