RUTGERS UNIVERSITY -- NEW BRUNSWICK

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

MATHEMATICS 642:573 HOME PAGE -- FALL 2000

"Round numbers are always false."


¹Not as much was wrong with p. 17 as I had thought; only the inequality at the bottom of the page needed to be changed to the strict inequality i < j.

²I had thought to put trigonometric and polynomial approximation/interpolation together in one set, but the set just kept getting longer; so the notes on trig/complex-exponential matters will be separate. (Added 0648 EDT 10/09: there are small typos on pp. 37 and 39. I will list them in class, but you might just want to print pp. 37-39 from the corrected version.)

³One or two easily spotted typos from previous posts were repaired, but p. 30 was somewhat rewritten: you may want to make a fair copy from p. 29 ff.



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