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COURSE SYLLABUS
COLLEGE / DEPARTMENT : College of Arts and Science

COURSE CODE : MATH025


COURSE TITLE : ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

PRE-REQUISITE : MATH023
CO-REQUISITE : None
CREDIT UNIT(S) : Three (3.0)
CLASS SCHEDULE : 1.5 hours per meeting/ 4.5 hours per week

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course covers useful methods for solving first order, first degree differential equations and higher order, and first degree
linear differential equations with important applications to the sciences and engineering. This includes methods of solving higher
order differential equations such as the methods of undetermined coefficients, variation of parameters and inverse operators. It
also covers solutions to non-linear equations, systems of linear differential equations, the construction of differential equations as
mathematical models, and discussion of Laplace transforms and the Fourier series.

COURSE OUTCOMES

A student completing this course should at the minimum be able to:


1. solve selected types of ordinary differential equations problems;
2. model engineering and applications problems using ordinary differential equations; and
3. solve engineering and applications problems using methods of solving ordinary differential equations.

COURSE COVERAGE

WEEK NO.* TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES DATE


COVERED*

Orientation Summarize the course goals and expected


outcomes and explain the importance of
INTRODUCTION complying with the course policies

 Differential Equations (DE)


 Ordinary Differential Equations (ODE) 1. Classify DEs as ODE or PDE, first-order or
and Partial Differential Equations higher order ODE and as linear or non-linear.
(CO1)
(PDE)
2. Differentiate a general solution from a
 Order and Degree of an ODE
particular solution. (CO1)
1–3  Linear and Non-Linear ODEs
3. Generate the ODE from the general solution.
 General/Families of Solutions and (CO1)
Particular/Member of Family of
Solutions
 Elimination of Arbitrary Constants

Methods of Solving First-Order Linear ODEs


4. Solve a first-order linear ODE by the
 Variable Separable appropriate method. (CO1)
 Homogeneous DEs
 Exact DEs
 Solvable by Integrating Factors
 Bernoulli Equation

PRELIMINARY COURSE ASSESSMENT


Program Chair/ Date
Date Given: Validated By:

Applications of ODEs
5. Solve mathematical models that describe
 Exponential Growth and Decay various physical phenomena. (CO2)
 Newton’s Law of Cooling
4–5  Dynamics and Velocity of Escape
 Circuits
 Mixing Problems

COURSE TITLE SY / TERM OF EFFECTIVITY PREPARED BY APPROVED BY


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Linear DEs of Order n

 Standard Form of a Linear


Differential Equation and its
Operator Form
 Linear Independence of a Set of
Functions
6–8
Methods of Solving Higher Order Linear DEs
6. Solve higher-order DEs by the method of
Homogeneous DEs with Constant Coefficients operators. (CO1)
 auxiliary/characteristic equation 7. Solve a homogeneous higher-order linear
having distinct roots, imaginary DEs. (CO1)
roots, and/or repeated roots

MIDTERM COURSE ASSESSMENT


Program Chair/ Date
Date Given: Validated By:

Non-Homogeneous DEs
 Method of undetermined 8. Apply the method of undetermined
coefficients coefficient to solve non-homogeneous linear
 Variation of parameters DEs. (CO1)
9. Apply the method of variation of parameters
Laplace Transforms of Functions to solve non-homogeneous linear DEs. (CO1)
 Definition 10. Derive Laplace transform formulas. (CO1)
 Derivation of Formulas 11. Perform Laplace transformation of
9 – 12 functions. (CO1)
Inverse Laplace Transforms 12. Perform Inverse transformation of functions.
(CO1)
13. Apply Laplace transformation in solving
Solution of Linear DEs using Laplace
initial-value problems. (CO)
Transforms

FINAL COURSE ASSESSMENT

Program Chair/ Date


Date Given: Validated By:

* For Summer Term, one (1) week covers two (2) weeks of a Regular Term.
*To track the progress of the course, students and professors should take note of the date when the topic was covered.

TEXTBOOK

Rainville, Earl D, Phillip E. Bedient and Richard E. Bedient. (2002). Elementary Differential Equations 8e. Singapore: Pearson
Education Asia Pte Ltd.

REFERENCES

Bronson, Richard (2012). Differential Equations. New York: McGraw Hill.


Henner, Victor (2013). Ordinary and partial differential equations. CRC Press.
Zill, Dennis G, Wright, Warren S. (2013). Differential equations with boundary-value problems. Brooks/Cole/Cengage Learning.
Zill, Dennis G. (2013). A First Course in Differential Equations with Modeling Applications. Australia : Brooks/Cole/Cengage
Learning

COURSE REQUIREMENT

The final grade of the students is based on the following components:

Learning Tasks* - 40%


Assessment Tasks - 60%
Preliminary Examination 20%
Midterm Examination 20%
Final Examination 20%

*This may include quizzes, assignments, seat works, e-learning activities, and other works assigned by the instructor.

The student is required to obtain a final grade of 60% in order to pass the course.

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The final grade of the student is interpreted as shown on the table below.

Above 91.51 – 87.01 – 82.51 – 78.01 – 73.51 – 69.01 – 64.51 – 60.00 – Below
AVERAGE (%)
96.00 96.00 91.50 87.00 82.50 78.00 73.50 69.00 64.50 60.00
FINAL GRADE 1.00 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.25 2.50 2.75 3.00 5.00

Aside from academic deficiency, other grounds to fail the course are the following:
 Intellectual dishonesty (cheating and plagiarism) during examinations and other requirements;
 Per Section 1551 of CHED’s Manual of Regulations for Private Educational Institutions, a student who has incurred more than
20% of the total number of school days (i.e., 7 unexcused absences) shall not be given credit to the course regardless of
class standing. For further provisions of the said policy, please refer to the MCL Student Catalogue.
 Other grounds as stipulated in the MCL Student Catalogue, and other relevant policies and regulations that may be
promulgated from time to time.

AVAILABLE COURSE MATERIALS


a. Course Syllabus
b. Multimedia Resources for General Viewing

OTHER COURSE POLICIES

Language of Instruction
English is the medium of instruction. Lectures, discussions, and documentation will be in English. Code switching is highly
discouraged and the use of other languages aside from English in communicating and in presenting course works will be a
valid ground for demerits in that given exercise.

Attendance
Per Section 1551 of CHED’s Manual of Regulations for Private Educational Institutions, a student who has incurred absences
more than twenty percent (20%) of the total number of school days shall not be given credit to the course regardless of class
standing. For further provisions of the said policy, please refer to the MCL Student Catalogue.

Homework, written reports, and reaction papers


All homework and other assigned coursework must be submitted on time.

Course Portfolio
All exercises and requirements for the course are to be compiled by the students as part of their portfolio. The same must be
made available for inspection by the Instructor before the end of the term.

Honor, Dress, and Grooming code


Other provisions stipulated in the MCL Student Catalogue will be enforced in and out of the classroom. Students who have
violated the dress code policy and other related offenses will not be permitted to attend classes without being cleared by
the Student Affairs Office or the Guidance Office.

COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Natalio, Emmanuel S.

Suello, Lito E.

CONSULTATION SCHEDULE

Name of faculty member:

e-mail address:

Consultation hours/days:

Venue for consultation:

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