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1. ## C3 Coursework - different methods of solving equations.

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• Submitted: 05/02/2012
• Marked by teacher: Mick Macve 18/03/2012
2. ## The Gradient Function

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• Submitted: 10/09/2009
• Marked by teacher: Mick Macve 18/03/2012
3. ## data handling

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• Submitted: 15/07/2007
• Marked by teacher: Mick Macve 18/03/2012
4. ## Estimate a consumption function for the UK economy explaining the economic theory and statistical techniques you have used.

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• Word count: 4377
• Submitted: 28/01/2005
• Marked by teacher: Nick Simmons 28/02/2012
5. ## Solving Equations. Three numerical methods are discussed in this investigation. There are advantages and also disadvantage in these methods and they will be discussing throughout this investigation.

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• Submitted: 19/12/2010
6. ## I am going to solve equations by using three different numerical methods in this coursework and compare the methods which are Bisection, Newton-Raphson, and Rearranging method.

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• Submitted: 19/12/2010
7. ## Numerical solution of equations, Interval bisection---change of sign methods, Fixed point iteration ---the Newton-Raphson method

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• Submitted: 19/12/2010
8. ## Different methods of solving equations compared. From the Excel tables of each method, we know that method 1 (change of sign method) takes 28 steps to find the root, while method 2 (Newton-Raphson method) and method 3 (rearrangement) take 4 and 17 steps r

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• Submitted: 14/11/2010
9. ## Statistics coursework

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10. ## Anthropometric Data

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Studying Mathematics at A Level will give you a highly marketable qualification both in the eyes of employers and university admissions staff. Areas you will cover include Pure Maths - geometry, algebra, trigonometry and calculus - and Applied Maths which usually includes Mechanics and Statistics. The ability to think logically and to apply basic principles to complex problems makes Maths a key subject in developing highly transferable skills.

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The analytical, logical and problem-solving skills you'll gain will be of considerable benefit in studying a wide range of other subjects. Maths is asignificantly helpful qualification to gain at this level opening doors into Engineering, Economics and any subject with a statisticalelement, acting as a key third subject for those intending to go on to study physical sciences.

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