A. John Mallinckrodt   Professor of Physics, Cal Poly Pomona
Phy309
Physics 309, Fundamentals of Mathematical Physics II, is the second quarter of a three quarter, upper division sequence in mathematical methods in physics. The second quarter concentrates on special functions, functions of complex variables, partial differential equations and boundary value problems, and series solutions of ordinary differential equations.
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Winter Quarter 2005

  • Course Syllabus   .pdf    .doc
  • Homework Assignments and solutions
    PS#1   Assignment   .pdf   .doc   Solutions   .pdf    .doc
    PS#2   Assignment   .pdf   .doc   Solutions   .pdf    .doc
    PS#3   Assignment   .pdf   .doc   Solutions   .pdf    .doc
    PS#4   Assignment   .pdf   .doc   Solutions   .pdf    .doc
    PS#5   Assignment   .pdf   .doc   Solutions   .pdf    .doc
    PS#6   Assignment   .pdf   .doc   Solutions   .pdf    .doc
    PS#7   Assignment   .pdf   .doc   Solutions   .pdf    .doc
     
  • Midterm Solutions   .pdf    .doc
  • Class Discussion List
    An email list that I will use to communicate with you as needed between class meetings and that you can use to broadcast questions or comments of any kind related to the course. For instance, I particularly encourage you to use the list for discussions of homework problems and questions about textbook readings. I will monitor the discussion and contribute myself when I feel it might be useful.

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    To send messages to everyone who has subscribed to the list, address them to

        mathphys@mailman.csupomona.edu
  • College of Science Emergency Procedures
    All students are responsible for being aware of these Emergency Procedures.
    Please take the time to familiarize yourself with them.

©2001 by A. John Mallinckrodt
ajm at csupomona.edu
http://www.csupomona.edu/~ajm

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Last modified on 20 January, 2005