Math 271: Differential Equations
- Course Description
- Math 271 is an introduction to differential equations and applications. Topics in Math 271 include: first-order equations and their applications; second-order linear equations and their applications; Laplace transforms; and power series solutions to differential equations.
- Who should take this course?
- Generally, students studying engineering, science and mathematics. You should consult the planning sheet for your program and consult an advisor to determine if this course is required.
- Who is eligible to take this course?
- The prerequisite for this course is Math 153 with a grade of 2.0 or higher, or concurrent enrollment in Math 153.
- Is this course transferable?
- This course transfers to the University of Washington as UW Math 307; consult an advisor or see the Transfer Center to determine transferability to other institutions.
- What textbook is used for this course?
- The third edition of Schaum's Outline of Differential Equations by Richard Bronson and Gabriel.
- What else is required for this course?
- Students are required to have a graphing calculator; the TI-83 Plus (or TI-84 Plus or TI-89) is recommended.
- When is this course offered?
- Math 271 is offered Fall and Winter Quarters.
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