## MAT210 Workshop July 8 & 9

In this workshop we will work on the solution to the shortest path problem assigned a few weeks ago. The purpose of the assignment was to demonstrate: That there are…

## MAT113 Maxima Exercises

Click on the following links to download three different Maxima exercises to be completed before examinations begin General Exercise Matrix Exercise ODE Solving Exercise

## MAT210 Lesson 25-27: Solving ODEs

Three lessons on numerical solutions to ODEs are here: Euler: Lecture Slide for viewing (direct download here) Runge-Kutta: Lecture Slides for viewing (direct download here) Finite Difference: Lecture Slide for…

## MAT210 Lesson 21&22: Integration

Lecture slides for numerical integration may be found at the links below Introduction: Trapezoid and Simpson's 1/3 Rules Romberg Integration using Richardon's Extrapolation These are based on the Integration sections…

## MAT210 Lesson 19 & 20: Regression

From Kaw: What is regression analysis? "Regression analysis gives information on the relationship between a response (dependent) variable and one or more (predictor) independent variables to the extent that information…

## MAT210 Test #1 Answers & Interpolation Problem

It was clear on questions #1 and #6 that most of the class crammed, memorizing answers and not even reading the questions thoroughly. For a soft copy of the answers…

## Statistical Distribution Resources

A simple set of statistical tables with Normal Distribution, t Test, F Test and Chi-squared Distribution is available to download here. Also, the author of our test, David Lane, has…

## MAT210 Lesson 18: Splines I

For some functions, a single polynomial is not a good fit, especially if there are different shapes in different regions. An alternative approach is to use piecewise polynomial interpolation ,…

## MAT210 Lesson 17: Lagrangian Interpolation

Along with the two other single polynomial interpolation method, Direct and Newton's Divided Difference, there is a 3rd way, which is based on a weighted average of the function values…

## MAT210 Lesson 16: Newton’s Divided Difference

An alternative way to find a polynomial approximation of a function is something of a mix of using the Taylor Series and numerical differentiation. Newton's Divided Difference method results in…