Mathematical Methods for Engineers II

**Instructor:** Dongwook Lee (dlee79 _at_ ucsc _dot_ edu), Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Baskin Engineering 353C

**TAs: **Harleigh Marsh (hcmarsh _at_ ucsc _dot_ edu); Youngjun Lee (ylee109 _at_ ucsc _dot_ edu)

**Lectures:** Mon, Wed & Fri, 10:40 am - 11:45 am at Jack Baskin Engineering (BE) 152

**Lab Sections:** There are four *mandatory* computer lab/discussion sections led by TAs. Students are required to attend one of these four sections. Lab/discussion sections will be used to take Quizzes, and learn MATLAB programming for the course, review lectures, and solve practice problems.

- Monday 5:30 - 7:00 pm at Ming Ong (Merrill Room 103) -- led by Harleigh Marsh
- Monday 7:00 - 8:30 pm at Ming Ong (Merrill Room 103) -- led by Harleigh Marsh
- Friday 7:00 - 8:30 pm at BE 109 -- led by Youngjun Lee
- Friday 8:30 - 10:00 pm at BE 109 -- led by Youngjun Lee
*No lab sections in the first week.*

**Tutor:** Maxwell Angel (mdangel _at_ ucsc _dot_ edu). Sign up for tutoring sessions at http://lss.ucsc.edu/programs/small-group-tutoring/index.html

**Textbook: **Elementary Differential Equations, William Boyce and Richard DiPrima, Wiley, 10th Edition. You can get the UCSC custom version to save the cost.

**Office Hours:**

- Prof. Dongwook Lee: MF 3:00 pm -- 4:00 pm, BE 353C
- TAs: Harleigh Marsh (Tue 1:00 pm -- 2:00 pm, BE 119); Youngjun Lee (Wed 3:00 pm -- 4:00 pm, BE 312 C/D)

- Remember that all TAs and the instructor are available to help you during office hours (you are welcome to attend office hours of any of the TAs, not just your own). If you cannot make any of the office hours, please contact the instructor by email and arrange to meet at another time.

The course provides fundamentals of Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs) and systems of ODEs with strong emphasis on engineering applications.

**Homework:** (see more in the *Homework *tab)

- Homework will be due weekly at the beginning of class on one of the class days. Homework will be posted online (see the Homework Assignments tab). Late homework is
*NEVER*accepted. For each homework, a selected set of problems will be graded. The graded homework will be returned to you in lab sections. Please print your name, lab section number, and Student ID clearly on the first page of your homework.

**Quizzes:** (see more in the *Quizzes and Exams* tab) -- All quizzes will be given in Lab sections.

- AMS 20 students : there will be six quizzes for AMS 20.
- AMS 20A students: only the first three of them (Quiz 1 ~ Quiz 3) are required for AMS 20A.

**Two in-class exams:** (see more in the *Quizzes and Exams* tab)

- Midterm exam (only for AMS 20): Feb 13, Mon, in-class.
- Final exam (both for AMS 20 and AMS 20A): Mar 22, Wed (8 am -- 11 am).

**Grading:**

- AMS 20 : Homework: 20% Quizzes: 10% Midterm: 30% Final 40%
- Required participation:
- All class activities (classes, labs, six quizzes, homework sets, midterm and final exams)
- AMS 20 students can drop one lowest homework score and one lowest quiz score.
- AMS 20A: Homework: 30% Quizzes: 10% Final 60%
- Required participation:
- All class activities (classes, lab sessions, quiz 1 ~ quiz 3, homework sets) for Week 1 ~ Week 6
- No midterm exam
- Final exam only on the topics for Week 1 ~ Week 6
- AMS 20A students can drop either one lowest homework score or one lowest quiz score.

**Curving:** There will be a curve of your final grade. The policy on curving is such that the class average will be decided to be between C+ and C.

**Passing grades:** Your overall curved score must be C or above in order to pass the class.

**Academic Honesty (zero-cheating policy): **

- Any form of cheating or dishonest academic activities (using notes, books, smart phones, tablet PCs, or electronic devices; copying from someone else, etc. on in-class quizzes or exams) will not be tolerated and such students will receive a failing grade. Any students with such activities, if caught by the instructors or classmates, will be reported to the AMS department and her/his college provost.
- See more explanation at http://www.ucsc.edu/academics/academic_integrity/index.html

**Note:** **AMS 20A students are NOT required to attend classes from week 7 to week 10**

Click the *Class Schedules *tab to see more details

- Week 1: Introduction and basic mathematical models involving ODEs, First order linear ODEs, and integrating factor method.

- Week 2: Nonlinear separable equations, existence and uniqueness of solutions.

- Week 3: Homogeneous second order linear ODEs. Existence and Uniqueness, Principle of Superposition, Wronskian, fundamental Solutions

- Week 4: Homogeneous linear ODEs with constant coefficients, nonhomogeneous linear ODEs, method of variation of parameters

- Week 5: Method of undetermined coefficients, mechanical examples of second order linear ODEs, high order linear equations.

- Midterm exam (Feb 13, Mon, in class)

- Week 6: Higher order linear equations.

- Week 7: Laplace transform and initial value problems, discontinuous forcing functions, and review. Review of linear algebra

- Week 8: Systems of first order linear ODEs. Homogeneous cases with constant coefficients (distinct real eigenvalues and complex eigenvalues).

- Week 9: Homogeneous cases with constant coefficients repeated eigenvalues.

- Week 10: Nonhomogeneous systems of first order linear ODEs, engineering applications.

- Final exam (Mar 22, Wed, in class, 8 am -- 11 am for AMS 20; 8 am -- 9:30 am for AMS 20A)

*If you qualify for classroom accommodations because of a disability, please get an Accommodation Authorization from the Disability Resource Center (DRC) and submit it to me in person outside of class (e.g., office hours) within the first two weeks of the quarter. Contact DRC at 459-2089 (voice), 459-4806 (TTY), or http://drc.ucsc.edu for more information on the requirements and/or process.*