# Differential Equations

#### Math 333

**Course Description:** Differential equations arise naturally to model dynamical
systems such as those that occur in physics, biology, and economics. Differential Equations have given major impetus
to other fields in mathematics, such as topology and the theory of chaos. This course covers basic analytic, numerical,
and qualitative methods for the solution and understanding of ordinary differential equations. Computer-based technology
will be used. Prerequisite or co-requisite: MATH 213.

**Text:** **Differential Equations**, 4th
Edition by Paul Blanchard, Robert L. Devaney, and Glen R. Hall.

**Instructor: ** **Carol S. Schumacher**

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