Numerical Methods with Applications

Numerical Methods with Applications

Numerical Methods with Applications
by Autar K Kaw, Egwu Eric Kalu

Publisher: Lulu.com 2008
Number of pages: 728

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This book is written for engineering undergraduates taking a course in numerical methods. The textbook offers a treatise to numerical methods which is based on a holistic approach and short chapters. It includes examples of real-life applications, supplemental material on differential and integral calculus, website with extra examples, PowerPoint presentations, worksheets in MATLAB, MATHEMATICA, Maple and MathCAD, etc.

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