Digis Additional derivation of the shock velocity presented; diffusive conservation laws introduced; presentations improved on the initiation of a shock and the formation of caustics for the characteristic. Pattern formation for reaction-diffusion equations and the Turing hzberman —Includes interesting applications such as lift and drag past circular cylinder, reflection and refraction of electromagnetic light and acoustic sound waves, scattering, dispersive waves, wave guides, fiber optics, and pattern formation. NEW — Curved and rainbow caustics discussion updated. Eases students into the material so that they can build on their knowledge base. NEW — Shock waves chapter expanded —i.

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Put an e-mail address on your test. Send an e-mail request from or directed to an e-mail address that is clearly yours. Homework solutions 11 the last! Final office hour: Monday, Dec. Homework solutions 10 are at Notes-N-Quotes. Final review session: Thursday, Dec. Homework solutions 9 are at Notes-N-Quotes.

This set includes the problems missing from 8. Homework 11, due Monday, Dec. Haberman 7. Partial solutions for assignment 8 are at Notes-N-Quotes namely, 2. Homework solutions 7 are at Notes-N-Quotes. Homework 10, due Monday, Nov. Homework 8, due Friday, Nov. There will be no homework assignment that week. I will miss the office hour Monday morning Oct. I expect to be in my office Tuesday afternoon most of the time from to If you have the booklet of old tests, please bring it to class this Friday, Oct.

Solutions to Homeworks 2 and 3 are at Notes-N-Quotes. Click here for Homework 5 , due Friday, Oct. Homework 4, due Friday, Oct. I will stay till Monday, Oct. I will probably be in my office during the hour before class Thursday, Oct.

Homework 3, due Friday, Sept. Information session Tuesday, Sept. Homework 2, due Friday, Sept.


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