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EGN 3420 ENGINEERING ANALYSIS Sp 11 Instructor: Dr. Harold Klee, Room 206 in ENGR III, Phone: 823-2270, email:klee@mail.ucf.edu Class Meeting Room: Rm 309 (Faculty Teaching Center) Class Hours: 9:00-10:15 M,W Text: Applied Numerical Methods with MATLAB, second Edition by Steven Chapra, McGraw Hill, 2008 Office Hours: No set office hours. Best time to meet with me is after class or email me to make an appointment. Course Objectives: 1. Become proficient in the basic operations of MATLAB. 2. Introduce mathematical methods that practicing engineers apply in the solution of engineering problems. 3. Illustrate the application of these concepts by the use of examples from various disciplines. The following topics will be covered. MATLAB Programming (Chapters 2 and 3) Truncation Errors and the Taylor Series (pages 92 – 99) Roots of Equations (Chapters 5 and 6) Matrix Algebra and Solutions of Linear Equations (Chapters 8, 11 and 12) Interpolation (Chapters 15 and 16) Least Squares Regression (Chapter 14)
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