**Yuri V. Lvovlvovy@rpi.edu x6893**

Tuesday-Friday 12:00-13:50 Office Hours : Mondays, 18:00-20:00, webex personal room

Feel free to talk with me *after* lectures

Best way to contact me is email lvovyrpi.edu.^{1}

**MIDTERMS** are September 24, October 22, November 23 2021

Matlab Laboratory is December 7, 2021

TA: Sijia Huang Tuesday 1-3pm

- General Info
- Student Learning Outcomes: Upon successfully completing the courses, students will be able to:
- Outline
- Books and other prerequisites

- Grade Policy
- Few notes, policies, etc
- Important Note on HW's
- Optional Final Project
- Getting started on Matlab
- Course Outline, Spring 2021
- Getting started on Matlab

- Homeworks
- Home Work One Due
*Consult LMS for a due date* - Home work TWO , Due
*Consult LMS for a due date* - Homework Three Due
*Consult LMS for a due date* - Homework Four Due
*Consult LMS for a due date* - Homework FIVE Due
*Consult LMS for a due date* - Homework SIX Due
*Consult LMS for a due date* - Homework SEVEN Due
*Consult LMS for a due date* - Homework 8

- Home Work One Due
- Lecture-by-lecture Outline, Spring 2019
- Lecture-by-Lecture Outline of the course Fall2005
- Examples
- Series
- Round off errors
- Cramer rule
- LU decomposition
- Householder transformation of matrix A, first column
- Power Iterations
- Bisection Method
- Newton
- Secant
- Exploring Interpolation

- Possible Problems for Exams
- Why Numerical Computing by Tyler Kaufman
- Preface
- Chapter 1: Numerical FLOPS
- Chapter 2: Root Finding
- Chapter 3: Matrices
- Chapter 4: Eigen values
- Chapter 5: Interpolation
- Chapter 6: Integration
- Chapter 7: ODE's

- Approved Final Project, Fall 2019
- Home work Answers

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