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Introduction to Numerical Methods

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Introduction to Numerical Methods
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Publisher: The Hong Kong University
Number of pages: 63

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This text is primarily for non-mathematics majors and is required by several engineering departments. Contents: IEEE Arithmetic; Root Finding; Systems of equations; Least-squares approximation; Interpolation; Integration; Ordinary differential equations.

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