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# Jeopardy - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Jeopardy!. April 2008. Office hours. Friday 12-2 in Everett 5525 Monday 2-4 in Everett 5525 Or Email for appointment Final is Tuesday 12:30 here!!!. Rules. Pick a group of two to six members When ready to answer, make a noise + raise your hand

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### Jeopardy!

April 2008

• Friday 12-2 in Everett 5525

• Monday 2-4 in Everett 5525

• Or Email for appointment

• Final is Tuesday 12:30 here!!!

• Pick a group of two to six members

• When it is unclear which group was ready first, the group who has answered a question least recently gets precedence (if none of the groups has answered a question, its instructor’s choice)

• The person from your group answering the question will be chosen at random

• If you answer correctly, you get the points

• The group which answers the question correctly chooses the next category

• If we have time for a final question, you will bet on your ability to answer the question

Existence

Uniqueness

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200

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400

500

Solution

Methods

100

200

300

400

500

Linear

Algebra

100

200

300

400

500

Laplace

Transform

100

200

300

400

500

return

Conditions necessary near x=a

for the existence of a unique solution for

Existence/Uniqueness

Conditions necessary

near x=a

for the existence of a unique solution for

return

Conditions necessary

near t=a

for the existence of a unique solution for

Existence/Uniqueness

Conditions necessary near x=a

for the existence of a unique solution for

Existence/Uniqueness

Conditions necessary near x=a

for the existence of a unique solution for

return

A method you would use to solve

Chose your solution from the methods we have discussed:

Integrate both sides using calculus II techniques Separation of Variable Integrating Factor Characteristic equation Characteristic equation/Method of Undetermined Coefficients Characteristic equation/Variation of Parameters Transform into a system of linear equations/matrix methods Laplace Transform Power Series Methods

return

A method you would use to solve

Chose your solution from the methods we have discussed:

Integrate both sides using calculus II techniques Separation of Variable Integrating Factor Characteristic equation Characteristic equation/Method of Undetermined Coefficients Characteristic equation/Variation of Parameters Transform into a system of linear equations/matrix methods Laplace Transform Power Series Methods

return

A method you would use to solve

Chose your solution from the methods we have discussed:

Integrate both sides using calculus II techniques Separation of Variable Integrating Factor Characteristic equation Characteristic equation/Method of Undetermined Coefficients Characteristic equation/Variation of Parameters Transform into a system of linear equations/matrix methods Laplace Transform Power Series Methods

Solution Methods

A method you would use to solve

Chose your solution from the methods we have discussed:

Integrate both sides using calculus II techniques Separation of Variable Integrating Factor Characteristic equation Characteristic equation/Method of Undetermined Coefficients Characteristic equation/Variation of Parameters Transform into a system of linear equations/matrix methods Laplace Transform Power Series Methods

Solution Methods

A method you would use to solve

Chose your solution from the methods we have discussed:

Integrate both sides using calculus II techniques Separation of Variable Integrating Factor Characteristic equation Characteristic equation/Method of Undetermined Coefficients Characteristic equation/Variation of Parameters Transform into a system of linear equations/matrix methods Laplace Transform Power Series Methods

Linear Algebra

The inverse of

Linear Algebra

The eigenvalues and eigenvectors of

Linear Algebra

The number of solutions to all equations below

Linear Algebra

The solution(s) to both equations below

Linear Algebra

A basis for the solution space of both equations below

Laplace Transform

The Laplace Transform of

Laplace Transform

The Inverse Laplace Transform of

Laplace Transform

The Inverse Laplace Transform of

Laplace Transform

Laplace transform of x if x solves

Laplace Transform

Inverse Laplace transform of

The Laplace transform of