Paul Goerss

Lunt Hall 206

Office hours: MF 2-3, W 3-4 and by appointment

- Math 360 is a two quarter sequence intended
to take the student through a relatively intensive introduction to
differential equations from the basics through some aspects of partial
differential equations, including the heat and wave equations. While definitely
a math class, we will take a long look at a wide variety of applications,
and we will use computers at all stages.

- Material from the fall can be accessed here:

- For a brief introduction to Laplace transforms, including a table
of transforms see
- Laplace Transforms (Wikipedia)

- Daily assignments are listed here. This file is updated after class.
- Assignments

- Where to get Matlab and useful examples
- The Matlab Archive for Math 360

- Guidlines for working on projects

- Project 1 Car Following and Collisions

- Project 2 The Heat Equation

- Project 3 The Wave Equation

- Laplace Transform review

- Laplace Equation introduction

- Heat (The basic formulas)

- Test 1 Review

- Test 1 Answers

- Test 2 Review

- Test 2 Answers