Complete Differential Equations Course with TONS of worked problems and assignments
What you'll learn
- Determining the Type and Order of a Differential Equation
- Determining whether a Differential Equation is Linear or Nonlinear
- Understand the Different Types of Solutions of Differential Equations: one-parameter families, two-parameter families, singular solutions, general solutions
- Understand Initial Value Problems and the Interval of Definition
- How to Solve Separable Differential Equations, First Order Linear, Exact, Homogeneous, Bernoulli, and DE's of the form dy/dx = f(Ax + By + C)
- How to Determine if Functions are Linearly Independent or Dependent using the Definition
- How to Prove Functions are Linearly Independent using the Wronskian
- How to Solve Higher Order Linear Homogeneous Differential Equations with Constant Coefficients
- How to Solve DE's with the Method of Undetermined Coefficients(The Superposition Principle)
- How to Solve DE's with Variation of Parameters
- How to Solve Cauchy-Euler Differential Equations
- How to Compute Laplace Transforms with the Definition
- How to Compute Laplace Transforms and Inverse Laplace Transforms with Tables, Partial Fractions, and Trigonometric Identities
- How to use the First Translation Theorem to Compute Laplace Transforms
- How to use the Derivatives of Transforms Theorems
- How to Solve DE's using Laplace Transforms
- Understand what the Unit Step Function is and use it to Find the Laplace Transform of a Piecewise Function
- Understand what the Dirac Delta Function is
- How to use the Second Translation Theorem to compute Laplace Transforms and Inverse Laplace Transforms
- How to Solve DE's that involve the Dirac Delta Function
- How to Find the Minimum Radius of Convergence
- How to Solve DE's using Power Series
- You should know basic calculus.
- The ability to integrate well helps, but all integration techniques are reviewed in the problems.
This is a complete college level course in Differential Equations with TONS of examples.
*** In order to get the most out of the course you should know Calculus ***
1) Watch the videos, and try to follow along. Try to do the problems before I do them if you can. If you can't, no big deal
2) After each section there is short assignment(with solutions).
If you finish even 50% of this course you will know A LOT of Differential Equations and more importantly just a lot of really solid mathematics.
Differential Equations is an awesome class not just because of the differential equations but because of all of the other key math techniques you learn in the process.
I hope you enjoy watching these videos and working through these problems as much as I have
Who this course is for:
- Students who want to learn Differential Equations.
- Students who plan to take Differential Equations.
- Students currently taking Differential Equations.