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MATH 2073

Ordinary Differential Equations

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4Good Class
2Barely Useful

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5Amazing Prof

Prof: Philip Korman / Fall 2022

Feb 14, 2023

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Best professor I've ever had. Gave us the textbook for free (that he wrote) and explains concepts in simple ways. Only points in the class are from exams and quizzes, there is homework but just do what you need because it's not graded. Must attend class or will fall far behind.

Delivery: In personGrade: AWorkload: ModerateTextbook Use: Yes
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1Awful Class
1Very Boring

Prof: Chris Petersdinh / Fall 2021

Dec 10, 2021

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There were two readings a week due sunday, the assigments would not be penalized for factualness. Three attempts on quizes, With a review that when taken 3 times was "more than enough" to help with the problems that would be asked on the exams. There was no lecture component and thus I found myself thrown at the brick wall that is teaching yourself all the methods to solving different types of differntial equations.

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FIrst order homogenous DE Word Problems involving at most first oder DE's Euler equations linear dependence for solutions of a second-order linear homogeneous differential equation Wronskians undetermined coefficients, the method of variation of parameters Laplace Transform

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Never saw him, never head him, Wish he posted online lecture related to DE's


I finished the course after Midterms because I could not handle the tedium that was this class. I reccomend trying to finish the content sooner, and just listening to the Khan acaademy videos for the cotent and true understanding, because you are going to need someone to explain this to you.

Delivery: OnlineGrade: Not sure yetWorkload: HeavyTextbook Use: Yes
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