Spring 2002

**FIRST EXAM**: The first mid-term will be distributed in class on **Friday,
April 19**, and due in class on **Monday, April 22**.

Section 01, 9L E. Brown, e-mail: elizabeth.t.brown@dartmouth.edu

Section 02, 2 V. Chernov, e-mail: vladimir.chernov@dartmouth.edu

**Text**: Elementary Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems,
7th edition, by Boyce and DiPrima, published by Wiley.

**Syllabus**: Here is a tentative syllabus
for Math 23.

**Exams**: There will be two take-home midterms, and a take-home
final.

**Homeworks: **The homework
assignments will be usually assigned daily and will be due by the beginning
of the next class.

**Grading**: TENTATIVE GRADING POLICY: Grades will be computed as
follows: Exams: 25% each, Final: 35% , Homework: 10%, Presentations: 5%.

**Honor principle**: Students are expected to scrupulously observe
the honor principle. Collaboration is encouraged on homework and in study
groups. **All work on exams should be strictly individual.**

**Other Concerns**: If you have any concerns at all concerning this
course, please talk to your professor as soon as possible. In particular,
those students who may require disability-related accomodations, due to
conditions including but not limited to physical disabilities, chronic
diseases, and psychiatric or learning or disabilities, should let the professor
know, so that appropriate arrangements can be made. We want to talk to
you; please come see us.