# Web Page for Math 412 Partial Differential Equations

### John Bardsley Professor of Mathematics Department of Mathematical SciencesThe University of Montana

Syllabus Homework
HW #1, due Feb. 3: Chapter 1, Problems 2, 6, 7; Section 2.1, Problems 4, 7, 8, 11 (read 2.1.3); Section 2.3: 7.
HW #2, due Feb. 15: Section 3.1, Problem 5 [Hint: determine whether or not the set is a subspace of C[0,1] for (a)-(c) and of C(R) for (d) & (e)]; Section 3.2, Problems 1, 7; Section 3.3, Problem 9; Section 3.4, Problems 1, 10; Section 3.5, Problem 2.
HW #3, due March 1:
Section 5.1, Problem 7;
Section 5.2, Problems 1, 3, 7 a, 11 a;
Section 5.3, Problems 2 a&b, 4 d.
HW #4, due March 13:
Section 5.3, Problems 4 a&c. Also provide plots of the series solutions using modifications of codes 2 & 4 below.
Section 5.5, Problem 7.
Section 5.6, Problems 3 (modify FEM_Ex5_19.m for part b), 5 (modify FEM_Ex5_18.m for the error tests).
HW #5, due March 31:
Unless Matlab code is specifically asked for, include only paper print offs of the output.
Section 6.1, Problems 4, 8 (use ODE soln on p. 91). For the plots, modify HeatSineIBVPsnapshot.m, which plots a snap shot of the solution to Example 6.1 for a fixed t value.
Section 6.2, Problems 2 with requested graphs (for this modify HeatCosineIBVPsnapshot.m), 7 and 8.
HW #6, due April 14:
Section 6.4, Problems 8, 10. Modify HeatFEM.m.
Section 6.5, Problems 6 (note that (a) and (b) are written problems and (c) requires an m-file). Modify HeatFEM.m, making use of FEM_Ex6_10.m.
Section 7.1, Problems 1, 2. Include snapshots of solutions in your write-up.
Final Exam, due by noon on May 12: Final.pdf.
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