Mathematics 625: Applied Mathematics

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Textbook:

"Mathematics Applied to Deterministic Problems in the Natural Sciences," C.C. Lin and L.A. Segel
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Syllabus:

Chapters 1, 2, 6 - 11, Calculus of Variation, Fourier Transforms, Green's Function Method and BVPs
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Course Coverage:

  • Dimensional Analysis and Scaling
  • Regular and Singular Perturbation Theory
  • Calculus of Variation
  • Green's Function Method and BVPs
  • Laplace Transforms
  • Fourier Transforms
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    Grading:

  • Exam 1: 20%
  • Exam 2: 20%
  • Quizzes: 20%
  • Homework: 15%
  • Final Exam (comprehensive): 25%
  • +/- grading system will be used
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    Remarks:

  • To pass this class (letter grade D) your total course score (computed according to the above percentages) must be at least 50.
  • There are absolutely no make up exams or quizzes.
  • If you are unable to take a test or a quiz due to an emergency situation, after providing the appropriate documentation you can make up the missed assignment.
  • All exams will be closed books and closed notes. You may only use your calculators.
  • All exams and quizzes will be based on the assigned homework problems, examples in your lecture notes, and the suggested problems for each section. Hence the importance and the significance of thouroughly completing your homework can NOT be over emphasized.
  • There will be absolutely no makeup final exams. Make sure that you don't have any conflicts with the time and the day of the final exam for this class.
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    University Policy for Adds and Drops:

    Please make sure to read the new university policy for adds and drops. This new policy is significantly different and stricter than the old math dept add/drop policy. You can find a link to this new policy under the "Announcements" section of this webpage.

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