http://interval.louisiana.edu/courses/350/math-350_resources.html
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Resources

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Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers

__This page may change throughout the semester__.
The "ODE Architect" software that comes with the text.
Duke University's "Connected Curriculum Project" materials can be found
at `http://www.math.duke.edu/modules/`
(These are mostly Maple-based, but there are some with Mathematica. )
Prof. Lan Ke's Introduction
to Mathematica (PDF format)
Mathematica
info on the web (compiled by Prof. Ke)
Books
on Mathematica (the software we will be using for the course).
On-line version of the *Mathematica
Book*(the definitive reference on Mathematica)
Mathematica
notebook for Euler's method
Mathematica
notebook that compares resonance and approximate resonance
Mathematica
notebook that illustrates use of Laplace Transforms
**A list of common
errors on students' papers**

**Instructor: R.
Baker Kearfott,
**Department
of Mathematics,
University of Louisiana
at Lafayette

**Office
hours and telephone, Email: rbk@louisiana.edu.**