Numerical Methods and Analysis
Baker Kearfott, Department
of Mathematics, University of
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Assignments will be given in-class, and may be posted on the Moodle
site for the course. (Grades for the assignments will also be
posted on Moodle (Course name MATH455-1SP10when they become available.)
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will be using a manuscript, to be published by the instructor in the
future. The manuscript will be posted, chapter by chapter, as
resources on Moodle.
The text we have used in the past is: Numerical Methods, third edition, by J.
and Richard Burden. This is still a recommended reference.
manuscript will have various tips on using MATLAB. Also, the
MATLAB help system has extensive documentation. There are also
numerous other printed references on the use of MATLAB.
MATH 350 with grade of C or better and working
knowledge of a computer language or mathematical software.
(However, MATLAB will be used for the examples in the course, and
registered UL students have easy access to MATLAB.
common errors on student's papers