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DIFFERENTIAL

EQUATIONS

Paul Dawkins

Differential Equations

Introduction ................................................................................................................................................ 1

Definitions .................................................................................................................................................. 2

Direction Fields .......................................................................................................................................... 8

Final Thoughts ......................................................................................................................................... 19

Introduction .............................................................................................................................................. 20

Linear Differential Equations ................................................................................................................... 21

Separable Differential Equations ............................................................................................................. 34

Exact Differential Equations .................................................................................................................... 45

Bernoulli Differential Equations .............................................................................................................. 56

Substitutions ............................................................................................................................................. 63

Intervals of Validity ................................................................................................................................. 72

Modeling with First Order Differential Equations ................................................................................... 77

Equilibrium Solutions .............................................................................................................................. 90

Euler’s Method ......................................................................................................................................... 94

Introduction .............................................................................................................................................102

Basic Concepts ........................................................................................................................................104

Real, Distinct Roots ................................................................................................................................109

Complex Roots ........................................................................................................................................113

Repeated Roots .......................................................................................................................................118

Reduction of Order ..................................................................................................................................122

Fundamental Sets of Solutions ................................................................................................................126

More on the Wronskian ...........................................................................................................................131

Nonhomogeneous Differential Equations ...............................................................................................137

Undetermined Coefficients .....................................................................................................................139

Variation of Parameters ...........................................................................................................................156

Mechanical Vibrations ............................................................................................................................162

Introduction .............................................................................................................................................181

The Definition .........................................................................................................................................183

Laplace Transforms .................................................................................................................................187

Inverse Laplace Transforms ....................................................................................................................191

Step Functions .........................................................................................................................................202

Solving IVP’s with Laplace Transforms .................................................................................................215

Nonconstant Coefficient IVP’s ...............................................................................................................222

IVP’s With Step Functions ......................................................................................................................226

Dirac Delta Function ...............................................................................................................................233

Convolution Integrals ..............................................................................................................................236

Introduction .............................................................................................................................................241

Review : Systems of Equations ...............................................................................................................243

Review : Matrices and Vectors ...............................................................................................................249

Review : Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors .................................................................................................259

Systems of Differential Equations ...........................................................................................................269

Solutions to Systems ...............................................................................................................................273

Phase Plane .............................................................................................................................................275

Real, Distinct Eigenvalues ......................................................................................................................280

Complex Eigenvalues..............................................................................................................................290

Repeated Eigenvalues .............................................................................................................................296

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Nonhomogeneous Systems .....................................................................................................................303

Laplace Transforms .................................................................................................................................307

Modeling .................................................................................................................................................309

Introduction .............................................................................................................................................318

Review : Power Series ............................................................................................................................319

Review : Taylor Series ............................................................................................................................327

Series Solutions to Differential Equations ..............................................................................................330

Euler Equations .......................................................................................................................................340

Introduction .............................................................................................................................................346

Basic Concepts for nth Order Linear Equations .......................................................................................347

Linear Homogeneous Differential Equations ..........................................................................................350

Undetermined Coefficients .....................................................................................................................355

Variation of Parameters ...........................................................................................................................357

Laplace Transforms .................................................................................................................................363

Systems of Differential Equations ...........................................................................................................365

Series Solutions .......................................................................................................................................370

Introduction .............................................................................................................................................374

Boundary Value Problems .....................................................................................................................375

Eigenvalues and Eigenfunctions .............................................................................................................381

Periodic Functions, Even/Odd Functions and Orthogonal Functions .....................................................398

Fourier Sine Series ..................................................................................................................................406

Fourier Cosine Series ..............................................................................................................................417

Fourier Series ..........................................................................................................................................426

Convergence of Fourier Series ................................................................................................................434

Introduction .............................................................................................................................................440

The Heat Equation ..................................................................................................................................442

The Wave Equation .................................................................................................................................449

Terminology ............................................................................................................................................451

Separation of Variables ...........................................................................................................................454

Solving the Heat Equation ......................................................................................................................465

Heat Equation with Non-Zero Temperature Boundaries .........................................................................478

Laplace’s Equation ..................................................................................................................................481

Vibrating String .......................................................................................................................................492

Summary of Separation of Variables ......................................................................................................495

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Differential Equations

Here are my online notes for my differential equations course that I teach here at Lamar

University. Despite the fact that these are my “class notes” they should be accessible to anyone

wanting to learn how to solve differential equations or needing a refresher on differential

equations.

I’ve tried to make these notes as self contained as possible and so all the information needed to

read through them is either from a Calculus or Algebra class or contained in other sections of the

notes.

A couple of warnings to my students who may be here to get a copy of what happened on a day

that you missed.

1. Because I wanted to make this a fairly complete set of notes for anyone wanting to learn

differential equations I have included some material that I do not usually have time to

cover in class and because this changes from semester to semester it is not noted here.

You will need to find one of your fellow class mates to see if there is something in these

notes that wasn’t covered in class.

2. In general I try to work problems in class that are different from my notes. However,

with Differential Equation many of the problems are difficult to make up on the spur of

the moment and so in this class my class work will follow these notes fairly close as far

as worked problems go. With that being said I will, on occasion, work problems off the

top of my head when I can to provide more examples than just those in my notes. Also, I

often don’t have time in class to work all of the problems in the notes and so you will

find that some sections contain problems that weren’t worked in class due to time

restrictions.

3. Sometimes questions in class will lead down paths that are not covered here. I try to

anticipate as many of the questions as possible in writing these up, but the reality is that I

can’t anticipate all the questions. Sometimes a very good question gets asked in class

that leads to insights that I’ve not included here. You should always talk to someone who

was in class on the day you missed and compare these notes to their notes and see what

the differences are.

4. This is somewhat related to the previous three items, but is important enough to merit its

own item. THESE NOTES ARE NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR ATTENDING CLASS!!

Using these notes as a substitute for class is liable to get you in trouble. As already noted

not everything in these notes is covered in class and often material or insights not in these

notes is covered in class.

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Here is a listing and brief description of the material in this set of notes.

equations course

about the solution to a differential equation.

throughout this course.

equations.

equations. We’ll also start looking at finding the interval of validity from the

solution to a differential equation.

do a few more interval of validity problems here as well.

Bernoulli Differential Equation. This section will also introduce the idea of

using a substitution to help us solve differential equations.

couple of other substitutions that can be used to solve some differential equations

that we couldn’t otherwise solve.

as well as an answer to the existence and uniqueness question for first order

differential equations.

differential equations to model physical situations. The section will show some

very real applications of first order differential equations.

and autonomous differential equations.

approximating solutions to differential equations.

solving second order differential equations.

real roots.

complex real roots.

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has repeated roots.

be one of the few times in this chapter that non-constant coefficient differential

equation will be looked at.

solution to second order differential equations, including looks at the Wronskian

and fundamental sets of solutions.

method for finding it.

nonhomogeneous differential equations in general.

differential equations that we’ll be looking at in this section.

differential equations.

This section focuses on mechanical vibrations, yet a simple change of notation

can move this into almost any other engineering field.

a couple Laplace transforms using the definition.

Laplace transforms directly from the definition can be a fairly painful process. In

this section we introduce the way we usually compute Laplace transforms.

Here’s a Laplace transform, what function did we originally have?

Laplace transforms. With the introduction of this function the reason for doing

Laplace transforms starts to become apparent.

transforms to solve IVP’s.

used to solve some nonconstant coefficient IVP’s

the section where the reason for using Laplace transforms really becomes

apparent.

transform problems.

application for Laplace transforms.

we’ll be using here.

algebra class. We will use linear algebra techniques to solve a system of

equations.

We will look at arithmetic involving matrices and vectors, inverse of a matrix,

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determinant of a matrix, linearly independent vectors and systems of equations

revisited.

eigenvectors of a matrix. This topic will be key to solving systems of differential

equations.

systems of differential equations.

system of differential equations.

eigenvalues.

eigenvalues.

eigenvalues.

equations using undetermined coefficients and variation of parameters.

to solve a system of differential equations.

the modeling we did in previous sections that lead to systems of equations.

function.

differential equation about an ordinary point.

this section.

with a quick look at some of the basic ideas behind solving higher order linear

differential equations.

at extending the ideas behind solving 2nd order differential equations to higher

order.

higher order differential equations.

order differential equations in this section.

using Laplace transforms to solve a differential equation on a 3rd order

differential equation just so say that we looked at one with order higher than 2nd.

the ideas we discussed when solving 2 x 2 systems of differential equations to

systems of size 3 x 3.

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Transform section. It is just here so we can say we’ve worked an example using

series solutions for a differential equations of order higher than 2nd.

problems as well as work some basic examples.

eigenfunctions for boundary value problems.

functions and orthogonal functions in section.

looking at a special case : Fourier Sine Series.

look at another special case : Fourier Cosine Series.

in the just what functions the Fourier series converge to as well as differentiation

and integration of a Fourier series.

section as well as a discussion of possible boundary values.

used in the method of separation of variables.

separation of variables in this section. This first step is really the step motivates

the whole process.

separation of variables process and along the way solve the heat equation with

three different sets of boundary conditions.

quick look at solving the heat equation in which the boundary conditions are

fixed, non-zero temperature conditions.

rectangle and a disk in this section.

summary of the method of separation of variables.

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There isn’t really a whole lot to this chapter it is mainly here so we can get some basic definitions

and concepts out of the way. Most of the definitions and concepts introduced here can be

introduced without any real knowledge of how to solve differential equations. Most of them are

terms that we’ll use throughout a class so getting them out of the way right at the beginning is a

good idea.

During an actual class I tend to hold off on a couple of the definitions and introduce them at a

later point when we actually start solving differential equations. The reason for this is mostly a

time issue. In this class time is usually at a premium and some of the definitions/concepts require

a differential equation and/or its solution so I use the first couple differential equations that we

will solve to introduce the definition or concept.

Here is a quick list of the topics in this Chapter.

course

solution to a differential equation.

this course.

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equation is any equation which contains derivatives, either ordinary derivatives or partial

derivatives.

There is one differential equation that everybody probably knows, that is Newton’s Second Law

of Motion. If an object of mass

then Newton’s Second Law tells us.

To see that this is in fact a differential equation we need to rewrite it a little. First, remember that

we can rewrite the acceleration,

2

OR

2

Where

should also remember at this point that the force,

and/or position.

So, with all these things in mind Newton’s Second Law can now be written as a differential

equation in terms of either the velocity,

=

2

⎛

=

⎜

⎟

2

⎝

So, here is our first differential equation. We will see both forms of this in later chapters.

Here are a few more examples of differential equations.

2

sin (

= (1−

2

5

−

+

2

(4)

+10

2

2

α ∂

∂

=

2

∂

∂

2

3

∂

∂

= 1+

2

∂

∂

∂

The

the differential equations listed above (3) is a first order differential equation, (4), (5), (6), (8),

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