Courses Taught by Richard D. Neidinger
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Courses I sometimes teach, and a few
CSC 121 Programming and Problem Solving
CSC 325 Numerical Analysis
We study how computers and calculators find numerical solutions for real
- Here is an example
that might surprise you!
MAT 118 Exploring Mathematical Ideas
Intriguing mathematical concepts, normally in more advanced courses (such as
infinity, topology, and fractals), considered from an elementary viewpoint.
Textbook by Burger and Starbird
MAT 130 Calculus I
MAT 135 Calculus II: Multivariable Calculus
Calculus text by Anton, Bivens,
& Davis (yes, from Davidson!)
MAT 150 Linear Algebra and Mathematica with Applications
Text and software
MAT 235 Differential Equations and Infinite Series
MAT 300 Introduction to Proof, Analysis and Topology
MAT 335 Vector Calculus and Partial Differential Equations
MAT 430 Real Analysis
- Important background for graduate work in mathematics or related fields!
MAT 435 Complex Analysis
MAT 437 Fractals and Chaos
There are web links galore for exploring fractals and chaos:
Also see Davidson catalog descriptions for all Mathematics
and Computer Science courses offered by the Department of Mathematics.
Last updated on
May 29, 2007.