Designed for the first course on Numerical Methods, this book provides a strong foundation on the subject by giving a wide range of methods that an engineering student encounters in real life. It follows a mathematical and computer-oriented approach facilitating problem solving. Features Mathematical and computer-oriented approach with algorithms, pseudo codes and programs in C with their test results. Unique first chapter introducing the cause and consequences of errors in computer arithmetic. Conclusion provided at the end of each chapter briefly describes the merits and demerits of each numerical method. 350 solved examples, 635 practice problems, 214 short answer questions and 38 computer-based solved examples.

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PublisherMcGraw Hill
Publish YearJanuary 2014