In Math 1001, you learned about ordinary differential equations (ODEs):
equations which involve an unknown function and its derivatives. At the
time, you were exposed to very simple methods for solving ODEs, which
essentially amounted to using integration directly. In Math 3260, we'll
explore techniques for solving more complicated differential equations,
concentrating on ODEs which involve first and second derivatives. We'll
examine some applications of ODEs, as well. Although Math 3260 is chiefly
a computational course, we'll also give some consideration to the theory
behind the existence and uniqueness of solutions to these equations.
On this page, you'll be able to download course handouts (including
assignments, tests and solutions). If there is a disruption to the class
schedule  because of weather, for instance  you should check this page
for news relating to modified due dates and the like. Corrections to any
errors on assignments or worksheets will also be posted here... although
I'll try my best not to make any!
Remember that you can always contact me at [Your browser cannot view this email address; please turn on JavaScript] .
 This course has now concluded. Best of luck in your future
studies.
