Applied Real Analysis
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Results of Final Examination
Class average = 95/140
Stem-and-leaf graph of scores:
13 014 12 01334778 11 02466 10 1489 9 0123566 8 00027899 7 169 6 233 5 4 2 3 0 2 0Stem-and-leaf graph of final weighted average (out of 200):
19 5 18 222699 17 1334 16 05899 15 04678 14 1678 13 069 12 5689 11 0 10 167 9 669 8 0 7 1 4 2
Prerequisite: familiarity with basic techniques in ordinary differential equations.
The text is David Powers, Boundary Value Problems, 6th Edition.
Each student should have a scientific calculator.
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