MATH 263: Ordinary Differential Equations for Engineers. Fall 2020
This is home page for SECTION 2 of the course. This page is under construction
Open only to students in the Faculty of Engineering. Not open to students
who are taking or have taken MATH 315 or MATH 325.
Your final mark will be the largest of the following:
[30% Webwork + 10% Written + 20% Midterm + 40% Final];
OR [30% Webwork + 10% Written + 60% Final].
Links in Algebra, Analysis, Geometry and Differential Equations
(some links may be out of date, will try to correct).
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