
By doctorj, on September 19th, 2011% Playlists of MIT Videos Collected from YouTube The last posting gave you video playlists from the Khan Academy. Here’s another one that will increase your higher level of thinking and challenge in pursuing these highly technical topics. You’re probably aware of Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT’s) Open Courseware. You’ll find here various collections of video [...] . . . → Read More: A Collected Set of Playlists of MIT Videos
By doctorj, on September 18th, 2011% Video Playlists from Khan Academy One of the most valuable resources is from the Khan Academy. For your convenience, I used their playlist from YouTube and are found in the right. Some of the topics is what I plan to do but since Salmon Khan did them, this will save me time to develop other [...] . . . → Read More: Video Playlists from the Khan Academy
By doctorj, on August 2nd, 2009% We note on earlier videos that a single differential equation serves as a model for diverse physical systems. Here in this series of videos, we’ll look at a secondorder linear differential equation with constant coefficients for both homogeneous and nonhomogeneous cases. We note that the roots of the characteristic equation will govern the behavior of [...] . . . → Read More: Modeling With Higher Order Differential Equations – Spring Mass Differential Equation (Part 1)
By doctorj, on July 17th, 2009% Here is an example solving an ordinary differential equation using the method of Separable Variables. The example uses a trigonometric identify as well as integration by parts to find the solution to the given differential equation. Some of the links in the post above are “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link [...] . . . → Read More: Differential Equation Tutorial Video – Initial Value Problem Using Separable Variables (Example 4)
By doctorj, on March 1st, 2009% Here is the first of a series of videos on the Laplace Transform. The Laplace Transform is a powerful tool to help solve linear differential equations. We’ll start off with the definition of the Laplace Transform and then follow up with some examples. In this video, the examples are finding the Laplace Transform a constant [...] . . . → Read More: Laplace Transform Tutorial with Examples (Constant and Ramp Functions)

