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Spring 2014

Due at the beginning of class on Wednesday, Jan. 29

You must show all your work to receive full credit. You are encouraged to discuss the homework with other

students, but you must write up your own solutions. If you have any questions about the homework, please

contact me in person or at alk92@pitt.edu.

Show that y(t) = 0 and y(t) = (1/16)t4 are both solutions of the initial value problem y 0 = t y, where

y(0) = 0. Explain why this does not contradict the uniqueness theorem discussed in class (Theorem 7.16 in

the book).

Problem 2

(A) (PBA 2.2 #14) Find the particular solution of the initial value problem. Indicate the interval of existence.

y0 =

2t(1 + y 2 )

; y(0) = 1

y

(B) (PBA 2.4 #10) Find the general solution to the following equation:

y 0 = my + c1 emx

where m and c1 are real constants.

(C)

(PBA 2.4 #16) Find the solution of the initial value problem:

(1 + t2 )y 0 + 4ty = (1 + t2 )2 ; y(1) = 0

(D)

x

y

p

dx + p

dy = 0

2

2

2

x +y

x + y2

Problem 3

(A) Suppose you have an account that offers a 5% interest rate. You want to invest P0 dollars at time t = 0

and withdraw $500 per year, for 20 years. What should P0 be so that at t = 20 years you have $75,000 in

the account?

For this problem and the next you can assume, as we did in class, that the interest is compounded

continuously and that your withdrawals are also done continuously. If you have trouble setting the problem

up, refer to the second example in the personal finance section that we did in lecture.

(B) Suppose I have an account with an interest rate r. It is initially empty, but I will contribute $1,000

to it every year for 20 years. What does r need to be so that at the end of 20 years, I have $30,000 in the

account?

Problem 4

In class, we solved the logistic model of population growth. Like we did on the first homework, lets see what

happens when we make the rate of births and deaths oscillate.

Consider the following ODE for the size of a population P (t):

P 0 = P (1 P/4)(1 + sin 5t)

This is the same as the logistic growth equation, except we have an extra term 1 + sin 5t.

(A) There are two solutions with P 0 = 0, which are identical to the ones we would get for standard logistic

growth. What are they? Given these solutions and the uniqueness theorem, what is the maximum value a

solution P (t) can obtain if P (0) = 2?

(B) Rather than solve the equation, lets use DFIELD. Plot the direction field for the above equation using

DFIELD (the link to download it is on the course website). Set the axes to the ranges t (0, 10) and

P (0, 5). Click on the direction field so that DFIELD plots one solution corresponding to each of the constant

solutions from part (A), and one additional solution corresponding to an initial condition in between these

two constant solutions. Turn in your plot. I wont take late plots this time.

Problem 5

Suppose we have an ODE y 0 = f (t, y). Also suppose that y1 (t) = t2 is one of the particular solutions to the

ODE. Give an upper bound to y(5), where y(t) is the solution of the initial value problem:

y 0 = f (t, y); y(2) = 3

Hint: Use the intuition from our discussion about uniqueness of solutions.

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