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24-311 Numerical Methods

Department:Mechanical Engineering
Prerequisites:21-259 and 21-260
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Use of numerical methods for solving engineering problems with the aid of a digital computer. Problems will be drawn from all fields of interest to mechanical engineers. 3 hrs. rec.

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