homework | exam dates | exam grades | course grades

- math 329 syllabus
- notes on taylor series
- series reference sheet – reference sheet i use in math 360 (calc 3)
- notes on taylor’s theorem
- notes on big oh notation and taylor’s theorem
- matlab/octave resources:
- octave installation guide
- matlab notes – written by dr. edward grossman (city college of new york)
- matlab notes solutions – solutions to some of the exercises
- repeatdiff.m – basic, intro matlab m-file on repeated differentiation
- repeatdiff2.m – better function version of repeated differentiation
- iteration.m – fixed point iteration
- bisect.m – bisection method
- newtonraphson.pdf – newton-raphson method, published as pdf
- cramer.m – cramer’s rule

**>> homework:**

12, 13 (also review calculus 1 and 2 as needed) solutions | |

9, 11 solutions | |

2, 4 solutions | |

3 (in addition, apply the bisection method to the intervals you chose and compute the midpoints for at least three iterations of the bisection method) solutions | |

1, 3(a,b), 5, 7 solutions | |

4, 5 solutions | |

1-5 solutions | |

1-11 odd solutions | |

1-5 odd, 11* solutions | |

1 (use horner’s method, algorithm 4.1) solutions | |

1, 3 solutions | |

5, 7 solutions | |

1, 2 solutions | |

3, 5 solutions | |

2 (only use the composite trapezoidal rule and the composite simpson’s rule), 3 solutions | |

1-3 solutions |

**>> exam dates:**

tba | ||

tba | ||

tba |

**>> exam grades:**

(*) numbers in [brackets] denote the number of students who failed with 0 grades because they missed the exam. for example, “14 [7]” in the “0-59” row and exam#1 column means a total of 14 students failed exam#1 and 7 out of the 14 students didn’t show up for the exam. in these cases, the 0 grades skew the average, so the median might be a better reference to use.

**>> course grades:**