# Textbook Notes for MATH201 at University of Alberta (U OF A)

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## MATH 201 Chapter 2: 2 - First-Order ODEs.pdf

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## MATH 201 Chapter 5: 5 - Power series solutions.pdf

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## MATH 201 Chapter 1: Chapter 1

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In this section we study rst order equations for which there exist a standard method of integration. This covers a fairly broad types of scalar rst ord
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## MATH 201 Chapter 4: 4 - Laplace transform.pdf

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## MATH 201 Chapter 6: 6 - Partial Differential Equations.pdf

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## MATH201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Wronskian, Linear Map, Damping Ratio

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Consider the equation x2y + xy y = 0. By inspection, 1(x) = x is a solution. The equation becomes xv + 3v = 0. 1 x2 6= constant so that 1 and 2 are lin
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## MATH201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Trigonometric Series, Fourier Series, Ansatz

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The goal of this course is to study the basic theory of di erential equations. :-) di erential equations appear just about everywhere in science and en
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## ch4-p1.pdf

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The operation of di erentiation transforms a given function to another function: A transform is a mapping from one set of functions to another: For the
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## ch3-p1.pdf

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A linear, second order di erential equation can be written in the form a2(x) d2y dx2 + a1(x) dy dx. + q(x) y = g(x). (3. 1) d2y dx2 + p (x) dy dx. The
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