# MATH51 PastExams Final-S11

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School
Tufts University
Department
Mathematics
Course
MATH-0051
Professor Mathematics 38 Differential Equations
Final Exam May 9, 2011 8:30 - 10:30 AM
No calculators, books or notes are allowed on the exam. All electronic devices must be turned off and put away.
any work you do not want graded. Make sure to sign your blue book. With your signature you are pledging that you
have neither given nor received assistance on the exam. Good luck!
1. (30 points, 5 each) No partial credit.
a. Check for independence of:
1) the collection of functions x, x ln x, x ln x2;
2) the collection of vectors
1
2
3
4
,
8
7
6
5
,
13
8
3
2
,
12
10
4
1
;
b. Use the deﬁnition of the Laplace transform to compute L[tet];
c . Find (D2+ 2D+ 1)[e2tsin t];
d. Evaluate ett;
e . Find all solutions of the equation
x
+x=x2;
f . Solve the initial value problem
x
+x=x2, x(0) = 1
4.
2. (6 points) Find the general solution of the non-homogeneous equation
x
+xtan t= sin 2t.
3. (10 points) Consider the following initial value problem:
x
=p|x|, x(0) = 0.
a. Is the existence and uniqueness theorem applicable?
b. If it is not applicable, does the IVP has a solution?
c . If a solution exists, is it unique? Explain.
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No calculators, books or notes are allowed on the exam. All electronic devices must be turned off and put away. You must show all your work in the blue book in order to receive full credit. Please box your answers and cross out any work you do not want graded. With your signature you are pledging that you have neither given nor received assistance on the exam. Good luck: (30 points, 5 each) no partial credit. a . Check for independence of: the collection of functions x, x ln x, x ln x2, the collection of vectors. 1: use the de nition of the laplace transform to compute l [te t]; c . Find (d2 + 2d + 1)[e2t sin t]: evaluate et t; e . Find all solutions of the equation f . 4: (6 points) find the general solution of the non(cid:173)homogeneous equation x.