The schedule for Math 333 does not proceed in order through the book. Note that as it is experimental, it is subject to change. If you think that a problem in an assignment requires you to look forward in the book to material we haven't covered yet, please tell me at once (send me email).

This is the OFFICIAL place to find out your assignments; I do not promise to advise you directly of assignments in class. If no due date is given, a Math 314 assignment is due 1 week from the date it is posted and a Math 333 assignment is due two class sessions (not counting exam days and never due on an exam day) from the date it is posted.

**Monday January 17**MLK Day, no classes

**Math 314:**

**Math 333:****Tuesday January 18****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**7.1: basics of matrices

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**Wednesday January 19****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**7.1: basics of matrices, continued

7.1, pp. 282-283 1,2,5,6,12ghi,16,17,18,26,33,35,37,49,50.

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**Friday January 21****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**7.2: solving systems of linear equations informally

7.2 p 291, 1,2,5-7, 9,10,13,14,17,18,21-24.

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**Monday January 24****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**7.3: solving systems of linear equations carefully

7.3 p. 299 1-10,19,20

7.1 due

**Tuesday January 25****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**7.3 continued, possibly start 7.6. Notice you have an extra day for 7.3; we have another day scheduled to talk about 7.6, so we will be fairly relaxed.

7.6 p. 321 4-7, 12-15, 20,21,24,25

7.2 due

**Wednesday January 26****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**7.6: inverse of a matrix

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**Friday January 28****Math 314:**Homework 1 (a logic worksheet) is posted as a PDF file on my web site. (posted a version with a typo in problem 3 corrected Sunday)

**Math 333:**7.7 determinants, adding Cramer's rule

7.7: 7-10, 22-29: in 22-29, compute the determinant and say whether the matrix is singular or nonsingular – dont worry about the other stuff. Solve the systems of equations in section 7.2, 5,7,21,23 using Cramer's rule.

7.3 due

**Monday January 31**Add deadline

**Math 314:**

**Math 333:**linear algebra overflow –actually. Im going to demonstrate 4x4 determinants then start section 2.1

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7.6 due

**Tuesday February 1****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**2.1 differential equations generally and 2.2 started

2.1: 3,6,8-11,13,14,17,18

7.7 due

**Wednesday February 2****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**2.2 continued (separable equations)

2.2: 1-18

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**Friday February 4****Math 314:**Homework 1 due: we will meet in MG104, the mathematics computer lab.

**Math 333:**5.1 definition of the Laplace transform

5.1: 1-8,12,13,25,28,29. Notice that we are shifting gears a bit...it will become clear shortly that there is a reason.

2.1 due

**Monday February 7****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**5.2 basic properties of Laplace transform

5.2: 3-6, 7, 8,11, 18-23, 26,27,30,31.35,37.

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**Tuesday February 8****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**5.3 the inverse Laplace transform, review of partial fractions

5.3: 1-6, 13-14, 17-18, 21-36 by threes (it would do you no harm to do more); 5.4 1-6.

2.2 due

**Wednesday February 9****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**5.4 solving differential equations using Laplace transforms, more review of partial fractions

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5.1 due

**Friday February 11****Math 314:**Homework 2 has been posted on main web page. Lab 1 due at midnight electronically.

**Math 333:**5.4 continued

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5.2 due

**Monday February 14****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**5.4 continued5.4:

5.4: 3-24 by threes –more would do no harm at all

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**Tuesday February 15****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**2.4 linear equations (with the extra power of Laplace transforms)

2.4: 1-8, 14-17.

5.3/4 assignment due

**Wednesday February 16****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**2.4 continued

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5.4 due

**Friday February 18****Math 314:**Im expecting to do the second (and final) computer lab on this date. Drafts of Homework 2 due by this date in class; they are accepted earlier.

**Math 333:**Test I

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**Monday February 21**President's Day, no classes

**Math 314:**

**Math 333:****Tuesday February 22****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**3.1/3.3/3.4 applications

3.1 12, 13, 16, 19; 3.3: 4-7; 3.4; 1-3, 7-9. When it is due depends on how fast we go.

2.4 due

**Wednesday February 23****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**3.1/3.3/3.4 applications

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**Friday February 25****Math 314:**Test I: I don't have clear ideas about this yet, but I must give a test by this date. Final version of Homework 2 due (I forgot about President's Day holiday)

**Math 333:**3.1/3/3/3.4 applications

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**Monday February 28**drop deadline

**Math 314:**

**Math 333:**3.1/3.3/3.4 applications

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**Tuesday March 1****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**9.2, planar systems, using Laplace transforms, not the method of that section

9.2: 7-10, 22-25. I'm taking an approach I haven't tried before, so these may present unexpected difficulties – i.e., start on the homework right away!!!

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**Wednesday March 2****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**9.2 via Laplace continued

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3.1/3/4 due

**Friday March 4****Math 314:**Homework 3: p. 13 1 i-iii: use axioms in full detail; 2,3 i-iii use axioms in full detail,5 i,ii,v,vii,viii (you can use your algebra skill for equalities; use (P10)-(P12) or (P'10)-(P'13) from problem 8 carefully for order properties); 8,20,21

page 27:1 ii, 5, 8, 12.

Lab II due at midnight

**Math 333:**2.5 mixing problems; ch 8 or 9 mixing problems accessible as well

2.5: 3-6, 9, 12; 8.4 25, 26; 9.2 58, 59: solve the problems but ignore the eigen-words.

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**Monday March 7****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**2.5 continued

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9.2 due

**Tuesday March 8****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**2.9 autonomous equations and stability

2.9: 7-10, 15, 18, 20, 21

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**Wednesday March 9****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**2.7/8 existence and uniqueness

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**Friday March 11****Math 314:**Homework 3 due

**Math 333:**9.3 visualization of planar systems

2.7: 1,2,5,6,7-10,17,20,28,31

2.5 due

**Monday March 14****Math 314:**Homework 4: ch. 3 exercises 5 i-vi, 8, 13, 21. Ch. 4 problem 2, Ch 5: 3 iii, iv, viii; 8,10,12ac,13.

**Math 333:**2.6 exact equations

2.6: 9-21, 22,23, 28,29

2.9 due

**Tuesday March 15****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**2.6 exact equations

5.5: 5-8, 12, 13, 16, 17, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26-29, 32, 33 (this is not the day it was really assigned; it is just here so I have the assignment on record)

2.7 due

**Wednesday March 16****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**5.5 piecewise via Laplace transforms

4.1: 22,23,28,29; 4.3: 1-4, 9-12, 17-20. again, not the day it was really assigned; the spreadsheet source of the schedule got messed up and I had to clean it up I do want to have the assignment on reccord..

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**Friday March 18****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**Test II

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**Monday March 21****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**5.6 Dirac delta "function"

2.9: 7-10, 15, 18, 20, 21

2.6 due

**Tuesday March 22****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**4.2/4.3 second order linear equations

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**Wednesday March 23****Math 314:**Homework 5: chapter 6: 4, 6, 13, 14, 15 (I did something like 15 for limits rather than continuity in class; I ought to put it into the notes).

**Math 333:**4.3 second order linear homogeneous equations with constant coefficients

2.7: 1,2,5,6,7-10,17,20,28,31

2.5 due

**Friday March 25****Math 314:**Homework 4 due.

**Math 333:**4.3 continued

2.6: 9-21, 22,23, 28,29

**Monday March 28**Spring Break

**Math 314:**

**Math 333:**5.5: 5-8, 12, 13, 16, 17, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26-29, 32, 33 (this is not the day it was really assigned; it is just here so I have the assignment on record)

**Tuesday March 29**Spring Break

**Math 314:**

**Math 333:**4.1: 22,23,28,29; 4.3: 1-4, 9-12, 17-20. again, not the day it was really assigned; the spreadsheet source of the schedule got messed up and I had to clean it up I do want to have the assignment on reccord..

**Wednesday March 30**Spring Break

**Math 314:**

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**Friday April 1**Spring Break

**Math 314:**

**Math 333:**...

**Monday April 4****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**4.5

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**Tuesday April 5****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**4.4

4.4: 1-4 (I'm more interested in computing amplitude frequency and phase than in graphing), 11-13, 15,16,18.

4.1/4.3 due

**Wednesday April 6****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**4.5

4.5: 1,2,5,6,10,11,14,15,19-22,24,26,27,29. I suggest doing some of the initial value examples by LT as well.

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**Friday April 8****Math 314:**Homework 5 due (where I said Homework 6, I misspoke, I mean Homework 5; Homework 6 isnt up yet and will be due much later). Practice test and worksheet due.

**Math 333:**4.5

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4.4 due

**Monday April 11****Math 314:**Test II, covering up to ch 6.

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**Tuesday April 12****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**4.7

4.7: 2,3,4,8,9,10,16-19,24,25. I'm not terribly interested in the graphing bits but some of you might find them interesting.

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**Wednesday April 13****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**5.6 Dirac delta "function"

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4.5 due

**Friday April 15****Math 314:**Homework 6: Ch.7 : 1(even), 2, 5, 10, 11, 12; Ch.8 : 1, 2, 5, 8a, 12, 14

**Math 333:**4.6

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4.7 due

**Monday April 18****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**Test III

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**Tuesday April 19****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**6.1

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**Wednesday April 20****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**9.1: eigenvalues and eigenvectors

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5.6 worksheet (2 problems); 6.1: 1-7, 17-19.

**Friday April 22****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**9.1: eigenvalues and eigenvectors

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**Monday April 25****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**9.2 via eigenstuff

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6.2: 2-9. I suggest doing 2-5 by hand (at least for a couple of iterations) and using a spreadsheet in the style of my examples for 6-9. I really don't care too much about plots, though if you know how to do them by all means do.

**Tuesday April 26****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**9.2 via eigenstuff

9.1: 1-8 (find eigenvectors, too), 16-23.

5.6 worksheet and 6.1 due.

**Wednesday April 27****Math 314:**Homework 7: section 22 3,4 (Cauchy sequences are on my agenda), 5, 7ab, 11 (also give an example to show that the second condition is needed), 16 (?), 23. 27ad (this would be an important idea in the sequence based version of this course), 28 (we are going to talk about uniform continuity of a function). Some of these problems (as I have indicated under individual problems) depend on things we are yet to talk about. I'm setting the agenda for the rest of the course. This homework set is due at the final, and solutions will be posted by Wednesday next, so that you can self-mark. I'm quite willing to give some of these away or give extensive hints. There will also be a practice Test III (possibly with additional problems as last time); watch for it.

Homework 6 due

**Math 333:**9.2 via eigenstuff

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**Friday April 29****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**9.3 visualization of planar systems

9.2: 4-6, 10-12; 16-18; 22-24; 29-30; 35-36.

6.2 due

**Monday May 2****Math 314:**There will be notes relevant to all content on which you will be examined by this date, except the limited amount of material I will lecture during the week. My weekend will be busy. I'm hoping to get the practice exam out at the same time but I do not guarantee it.

**Math 333:**11.1

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9.1 due

**Tuesday May 3****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**11.1

9.3: 10-12, 16-17, 20-21.

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**Wednesday May 4****Math 314:**

**Math 333:**11.2

review

9.2 due

**Friday May 6****Math 314:**Homework 7 due at final.

**Math 333:**11.2

review

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