Mathematics Department - Math 321 - Introduction to Applied Mathematics

Math 321 - Introduction to Applied Mathematics



General Information (Catalog Listing)

01:640:321 Introduction to Applied Mathematics (3)
Mathematical models of mechanical vibrations, population dynamics, and traffic flow, involving ordinary differential equations and nonlinear first-order partial differential equations.
Prerequisite: CALC4.


Textbook

Richard Haberman,
Mathematical Models: Mechanical Vibrations, Population Dynamics, and Traffic Flow,
S. I. A. M. 1998 (402 pp.); (ISBN# 0-89871-408-7)


Schedule Archives

Fall 2018 Schedule


Taught in the Fall

Fall 2014, Prof. Tunnell.


Previous semesters


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