 Instructor:
 Tom Duchamp
 Email: duchamp[at]uw.edu
 Office: C338 Padelford
 Phone: (206) 5439458
 Office Hours: 1:303:00 Monday and Friday (or by appointment)
 TA:
 Camilo Posso
 Email: jcpe[at]uw.edu
 Office: C111 Padelford
 Office Hours: 4:006:00 Friday
 Religious Accommodation Policy: Washington State law requires that UW develop a policy for accommodation of student absences or significant hardship due to reasons of faith or conscience, or for organized religious activities. The UW's policy, including more information about how to request an accommodation, is available at Religious Accommodations Policy. Accommodations must be requested within the first two weeks of the course using the Religious Accommodations Request form.
 Course Materials:
 We will be using notes specifically designed for Math 307 at the UW. You may download the notes for the course here.
 The text by Boyce and DiPrima is optonal.
 Homework:
 Homework will be due at 11:59PM on Tuesdays.
 Late homework is not accepted. (No exceptions!)
 All homework will be submitted using WebWork, which is similar to WebAssign, but will be provided to you free of charge. Here is the link to the homework web page on WebWork:
https://courses1.webwork.maa.org/webwork2/WashingtonMath307C
To logon to WebWork, click on the link above and enter your UW login name. When asked for your password, use your UW student ID number (NOT your UW password!). You can change your password by clicking on "User Settings" on the lefthand side of the WebWork web page.
NOTES:
 Your login name is the first part of your UW email address. For example, my UW email address is duchamp@uw.edu, so my UW login name is duchamp.
 You might not have an account on WebWork if you only recently enrolled in 307C! If you cannot logon to WebWork, please send an email message to me at duchamp[at]uw.edu and I will create an account for you.
 DO NOT PURCHASE WebAssign. We will NOT be using it this quarter.
 Regular meetings:
 Lecture: 12:30—1:20 pm, MonWedFri, Room 301 Miller Hall
 Quiz: 11:30 (CA), 12:30(CB), 1:30(CC) Tues, Room 08 Anderson Hall.
 Prerequisites for Math 307: a minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 125.
You are expected to have basic skills in algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. The first homework assignment includes a number of review problems designed to help you review these. Grades: Per Math Department Policy, the median grade for the class will be 3.0±0.2.
 Your course grade will be based on your scores on two midterms, homework, and the final exam, which will be weighted as follows:
Midterm #1: 25%, Midterm #2: 25%, Homework: 10%, Final Exam: 40%. There are no makeups. If you have a compelling and well documented reason for missing a test, then your final exam will be weighted to compensate.
 Rules for taking the Midterms and the Final Exam:
 One 8.5"x11" sheet of handwritten notes with writing on both sides will be allowed on each of the two hourly tests, as well as on the final exam.
 Scientific calculators are allowed on all tests, but graphics calculators are not allowed.
Week  Lecture Notes  Reading^{*}  Mon  Tues  Wed  Thur  Fri 

Sept 25–Sept 27  Lecture 01 Lecture 02 
§1.1, §1.2,§1.3  Prerequisite Skills Introduction (§1.1, §1.2) 
Solutions to ODEs(§1.2) Basic Modeling (§1.3) 

Nov 30–Oct 4 
Lecture 03 Lecture 04 Lecture 05 
§2.1,§2.2,§2.3, §3.1  Direction Fields (§2.1,§2.2)  Hwk #1 due  Euler's Method (§2.3)  Seprable First Order ODE's (§3.1)  
Oct 7–Oct 11 
Lecture 06 Lecture 07 Lecture 08 
§3.2, §4.1  Linear ODE's (§3.2)  Hwk #2 due  Modeling with First Order ODE's (§4.1)  Autonomous First Order ODE's and Population Dynamics(§4.2) 

Oct 14–Oct 18 
Lecture 09 Lecture 10 
§5.1§5.5  Complex Numbers (§5.1§5.3)  Hwk #3 due 
Midterm #1 Archive MIDTERM #1 
Complexvalued functions (§5.4,§5.5)  
Oct 21–Oct 25 
Lecture 11 Lecture 12 Lecture 13 
§6.1–§6.3, §7.1§7.4  Intro. to 2nd Order ODE's (§6.1§6.3)  Hwk #4 Due  Solving Homogeneous Linear ODEs (§7.1§7.3)  Solving Homegeneous Linear ODEs (§7.3)  
Oct 28–Nov 1 
Lecture 14 Lecture 15 Lecture 16 
Chapters 8 & 9  The Harmonic Oscillator (Chapter 8)  Hwk #5 due  Undetermined Coefficients (§9.1)  Undetermined Coefficients (§9.2)  
Nov 4–Nov 9 
Lecture 17 Lecture 18 Lecture 19 
Chapter 10  Forced (undamped) Harmonic Oscillator; Beats and Resonance (§10.1) 
Hwk #6 due  Forced Damped Harmonic Oscillator Frequency Response and Phase (§10.2) 
Examples: Auto struts, RLCcircuits (§10.2)  
Nov 11–Nov 15  Lecture 20  §11.1. §11.2  Veterans Day  Hwk #7 due  Midterm #2 Archive MIDTERM #2 
Definition of Laplace Transform (§11.1 & §11.2)  
Nov 18–Nov 22  Lecture 21 Lecture 22 Lecture 23 
§11.3–§11.6  The Inverse Laplace Transform (§11.3)  Solving IVP's (§11.4,11.5) 
Laplace Transform of Piecewise Continuous Functions (§11.5,11.6)  
Nov 25–Nov 29 
Lecture 24 Lecture 25 
§11.7  Impulse Response and the Dirac Delta function (§11.7)  Hwk #8 due  Impulse Response and Transfer Functions (§11.7)  American Heritage Day 
American Heritage Day 
Dec 2–Dec 6 
Lecture 26 Lecture 27 Lecture 28 
§11.8,§11.9  The Convolution Theorem (§11.9)  Hwk #9 due  Modeling Examples (§11.8)  Review 

Dec 9–Dec 13  Finals Week  Hwk #10 due 
Final Exam Archive Final Exam 8:3010:20AM Thursday, Dec 12 
(*) Reading for each week is done from the Class Notes.
Last modified: December 6, 2019