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CSC 270 Introduction to Scientific Computing
6 hours; 4 credits
An introductory programming course with an emphasis on real-world engineering and scientific problem solving. Operators, input/output, mathematical functions, control structures, and arrays. Introduction to programming numerical techniques. Topics may include: interpolation, linear modeling (regression), root finding, numerical integration, solutions to simultaneous equations, graphing, signal processing. Not open to those who have successfully completed CSC 126.
Prerequisite: MTH 231
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