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Math. 48702, Spring, 2002 Notebooks
These are Mathematica notebooks used during class. They are not all
perfect, but illustrate how to explore, experiment, and learn. These
notebooks were created mostly during class.
Home
page for the course;
Entry
page for list of all courses;
R. Baker Kearfott

January
28, 2002 (An illustration of styles, and composing a notebook a notebook.)
Also, the simple
computations in the "tour."

January
30, 2002 (More of the "tour;" algebraic manipulations, limits, series,
derivatives.)

February
5, 2002 (An illustration of numerical integration using series and
other techniques.)

February
8, 2002 (Optimization, solving differential equations.)
Also, a simple
example of using a Taylor series to solve an initial value problem.

February
15, 2002 (Importing and exporting data; elementary statistics.)

February
22, 2002 (Use of "while" statement; a plot to support a classroom mathematical
discussion.)

February
27, 2002 (Matrix operations and linear algebra.)

March
1, 2002 (Use of the "while" statement to set up iterations; a simple
illustration of Newton's method.)

March
4, 2002 (Matrix inverses, LUdecompositions, pseudoinverses, "." multiplication.)

March
6, 2002 (More on LU decompositions.)

March
8, 2002 (Solution of linear systems and interval arithmetic.)

March
13, 2002 (A study of roundoff error in difference quotients.)