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APMA E4301x: Numerical Methods for PDEs Opening Lecture Survey Please complete this form and submit today (or FAX to 212-854-8257 or scan and e-mail to [email protected]), if you are considering taking the course. The allocation of lecture time and selection of examples to illustrate different topics may be based in part on this survey. Name_________________________________________________________________ College and class (e.g., SEAS’07, GSAS-2, CVN)_____________________________ Columbia major/program(s)_______________________________________________ E-mail at which you prefer course contacts___________________________________ Webpage (if any)________________________________________________________ Taking APMA E4301x for credit? (please circle): LIKELY UNLIKELY For the next questions, circle your response and (if applicable) list your last Columbia course in the blank. How is your linear algebra? NONE RUDIMENTARY COMFORTABLE _____________ How is your PDE analysis? NONE RUDIMENTARY
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course APMA 4301 taught by Professor Keyes during the Fall '08 term at Columbia.

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