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Superior University

Numerical Analysis

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2.pk muhammad. 3. ifan.edu. Dr.Dr.suleman@superior. 1.com CS & IT Department 10:00 am . 2. Course Credit Hours Lecture Duration Semester Duration Numerical Analysis 3 3 hours per week 15 weeks Course Instructors Module Leader Prof.ahmad@hotmail.Afshan Saddiq Muhammad Suleman Affan Ahmad afshan.edu.saddiq@superior.04:00 pm 3 . Course Delivery Arrangements 2.Afshan Saddiq Name Module Tutors Name Contact Information Room and Building Consultation Hours 1.11:30 pm 03:00 pm . pk 3.Lesson Plan Guideline 1.

Es whose exact solution is impossible so we solve them approximately by using different iterative methods .Similarly the topic like interpolation. 7-th Ed. dx Now analytical solution of this integral is difficult but we can solve numerically . 1989.Differential Equations.L Burden & J. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.v. Virginia Professional Teaching Standards. Faires. BS Software Engineering.Linear Algebra Text Book: Numerical Analysis by R. Many problems in science and engineering have such two types of solutions. extrapolation have solutions lies only in numerical analysis./Brooks/Cole. Reston. one is analytic solution or exact solution the second one is called approximate solution or numerical solution.g. Program: Semester: Pre Requisites: Follow Up: BS Computer Science. e. Course Introduction In mathematics we deal two types of solutions.n.When we convert physical phenomenon in mathematical form then we face with many D. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.Similarly we have to find the integrals and differential in tabulated form and only way to solve them is numerical approach .D. BS Information Technology Session 3 2013-14 : Calculus 1 & Multivariable Calculus.vedamurthy Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics. 1991. Virginia Course Aims This course is designed to develop the following capabilities in the students: To understand the technique for solving complex mathematical problem To apply numerical method to problems which can’t be solved through Analytical method? To find a solution by converting them to computer programs 4 . Sometime we face with problem which cannot be solved exactly so we find approximate solutions of such problems and the approximate or numerical solution is known as numerical analysis.Lesson Plan Guideline 3. Reston. 2003 Numerical methods by dr.

Differentiation. powers 2) Interpolation. Stirling . False position. STUDENT GAIN Classification Topics Knowledge and Comprehension The course is designed to increase students understanding on the basic concept of Numerical Analysiss.Guassian Ellimination 12) Triangular Decomposition. Bassel’s.s.E 11) Crammer Rule. Bassel 3) Lagrang’s . Secant. Simpson’s 1/3. Taylor series 10) Euler’s method.E. Gaussian Errors in above methods 4) Numerical.Linear D. Newton backward. Weddle’s.3/8 7) Boole’s.Picard.Lesson Plan Guideline . Trapizoidal. mul. Application and Skills Quizzes will include practical application in telecom & computer science 5 . Accuracy Error accumulation in addition sub. Division. Zero’s of polynomial 9) Ordinary D. Types of errors.Jacobbi’s. Guass-Seidal method 13) Solution of Tridiagnol Equations 14) Simulations Equations 1. Course Coverage Key topics included in this course are as follows: 1) Errors. Runge-Kutta method. Errors in above formulas 6) Numerical Integration. Everett’s. Errors in above formulas 8) Bisection. Gaussian’s 5) Stirling. Newton forward. Everet. the basic techniques and implementation. Newton’s formulas.

Students will be asked questions and are expected to discuss material from previous weeks.2 Class activities (Developing interest among students) Different types of activities will be used in the class not only to enhance students’ learning but also to stimulate their interest towards the practical application of the topic/s. 7. 7. Students would be free to ask any question related to the subject matter during and after lectures. Interactive lectures will introduce the concepts. theories and application of the subject using relevant examples.Lesson Plan Guideline Analysis and Synthesis The pre and post mid activities develop conceptual and analytical skills to solve real time problems Teaching and Learning Methodology 7.3 Viva: Formal and informal viva will be conducted in class to allow students to gain constructive feedback from their course instructors and peers 6 . Handouts will outline the principles of the methods and give examples related to different research techniques. Class activities include: individual Assignments .1 Lectures: Lectures seek to make accessible to students the module and program aims in addition to crucial background and factual knowledge.

Guass-Seidal 02 marks 05 marks 7 .Linear D.E. Gaussian Errors in above methods 02 marks 04 marks Numerical. mul. Errors in above formulas 02 marks 04 marks 03 marks 08 marks Total 10 marks 20 marks Brief description of Quizzes and Subjective parts: Quizzes There will be one quiz of 10 marks . Assessments 1. Types of errors. Final-Term Paper Quizzes Subjective Numerical Integration. Taylor series Euler’s method. powers 01 marks 02 marks Interpolation.There will be 5 questions in the quiz each having two marks or there may be two quizzes each having 5 marks. Bassel’s. Simpson’s 1/3. Newton backward. There will be five questions in the paper each having 4 marks. Bassel 02 marks 02 marks Lagrang’s . Gaussian’s Stirling.Jacobbi’s. Weddle’s.3/8 Boole’s.2 Exam Papers Mid and final term exams will be conducted in order to evaluate the students learning and their understanding of the concepts. Subjective part of the paper will contain detailed questions. 1. The detail of the content coverage in each term paper is discussed below: Content coverage Weightag e Mid-Term Paper Quizzes Subjective Errors. comprehension.Guassian Ellimination Triangular Decomposition.Lesson Plan Guideline regarding their assignments and projects. Everett’s. Newton’s formulas. Exam paper will help in assessing the knowledge. Newton forward. This is also the way through which students can demonstrate and improve presentation skills. Trapizoidal. Everet. 1. False position.Picard.s. Division. Errors in above formulas Bisection. Zero’s of polynomial Ordinary D. Secant.1 Quizzes To ensure the increased learning and memorization of lectures by the students the scheduled and unscheduled class quizzes will be carried out. Differentiation. Runge-Kutta method. Accuracy Error accumulation in addition sub. Each question may have two parts. analytical and synthesis skills of students (sample papers are attached in annexure b).E 08 marks 30 marks Crammer Rule. Stirling .

There will be 5 questions in the quiz each having two marks or there may be two quizzes each having 5 marks. Each question may have two parts. Sample question Basic definitions Formulas 8 . There will be five questions in the paper each having 10 marks.Lesson Plan Guideline method Solution of Tridiagnol Equations Simulations Equations Pre-mid content Numerical Differentiation 15 marks Total 10 marks 50 marks Brief description of Objective and Subjective parts: Quizzes There will be one quiz of 10 marks . 8. Subjective part of the paper will contain detailed questions.3 Final Term Viva Before the final term paper viva of 10 marks will be held throughout the whole syllabus.

Everet. Newton forward.1 Lecture Break up Lecture2 Ice breaking session 20 min 00 min Module discussion 20 min 00 min Lecture 30 min 50 min Problem solving and question/answers 00 min 15 min Attendance 05 min 10 min 75 min 10 min 75min 10 min Interpolation Week 2 Interpolation. Stirling .Lesson Plan Guideline 2.mul. Lagrang’s . powers Examples and problems Exercise To understand the concept of error in addition. mul.3 After attending this session. Newton backward. Types of errors.and division. Gaussian Errors in above methods Examples and problems Exercise To understand the concept interpolation Class Activity: Solving exercise Exercise no. Accuracy Error accumulation in addition sub. Bassel Examples and problems Exercise To understand the concept of interpolation After attending this session. the students will be able to solve questions relating to topic Class Activity: Ice breaking session and discussion on module Exercise no. After attending this session. the students will be able to solve questions relating to topic Class Activity: Solving exercise Exercise no3 Attendance and Review of previous session Lecture1 Lecture 40 min 40 min Problem solving and question/answers 15 min 15 min Exercise and unsolved problems discussion 10 min 10 min Attendance and Review of previous session Lecture 10 min 75min 10 min 25 min 40 min Problem solving and question/answers Exercise and unsolved problems discussion 00 min 00 min 15 min 10 min Quiz-1 40 min 00 min Interpolation Week 3 75 min . Division. the students will be able to solve questions relating to topic 9 . Lecture plan Session Topics Session Objective Student Gain Error Analysis Week 1 Errors.

Trapizoidal. the students will be able to solve questions relating to topic Attendance and previous session Lecture Review of 10 min 10 min 40 min 40 min 15 min 15 min 10 min 10 min Week 4 Problem Class Activity: Solving exercise Exercise Exercise no.4 Numerical Integration Numerical Integration.4 75 min Numerical Differentiation Week 5 solving and question/ans wers and unsolved problems discussion Stirling.5 Numerical Integration 75 min 75min 10 . Bassel’s. Errors in above formulas To understand the concept Numerical Differentiation Examples and problems Exercise After attending this session. Newton’s formulas. the students will be able to solve questions relating to topic 75 min 75min Attendance and revision previous lectures Lecture Problem solving question/answers Solving exercise of Exercise No.Lesson Plan Guideline Numerical Differentiation Numerical. Gaussian’s Examples and problems Exercise To understand the concept Numerical Differentiation After attending this session. Differentiation. Simpson’s 1/3.3/8 Week 6 To understand the concept Numerical Integration Examples and problems Exercise Class Activity: After attending this session.s. Everett’s. the students will be able to solve questions relating to topic Class Activity: Solving exercise 75min Attendance and revision previous lectures Lecture of 10 min 10 min 40 min 40 min Problem solving and question/answers 15 min 15 min Exercise and unsolved problems discussion 10 min 10 min 10 min 10 min 40 min 40 min and 15 min 15 min Exercise and unsolved problems discussion 10 min 10 min Exercise No.

Zero’s of polynomial Examples and problems Exercise Week 8 revision 10 min 10 min 25 min 40 min 00 min 15 min 00 min 10 min 40 min 00 min 75 min 75min After attending this session.5 Attendance and previous lectures Lecture To understand the concept non linear equations of Problem solving and question/answers Exercise and unsolved problems discussion Quiz-2 Mid-Term Exam Non-Linear Equations Bisection. False position. 10 min 10 min 40 min 40 min 15 min 15 min 10 min 10 min Exercise no 6 75 min Ordinary Differential Equations Week 9 Ordinary D.Picard. the students will be able to solve questions relating to topic To understand the concept Numerical Integration Solving exercise Exercise No. the students will be able to solve questions relating to topic Attendance and previous lectures Lecture revision of Problem solving and question/answers Exercise and unsolved problems discussion Class Activity: Solving exercise.Lesson Plan Guideline Week 7 Boole’s.E. Errors in above formulas Examples and problems Exercise Class Activity: After attending this session. Weddle’s. the students will be able to solve questions relating to topic 75min Attendance and previous lectures Lecture revision of Problem solving and question/answers Exercise and unsolved problems discussion 10 min 10 min 40 min 40 min 15 min 15 min 10 min 10 min 75 min 75min 11 .6 Ordinary Differential Equations After attending this session. Secant. Taylor series Examples and problems Exercise To understand the concept of Ordinary Differential Equations Class Activity: Solving exercise Exercise no.

Linear D. Runge-Kutta method.E Examples and problems Exercise Week 10 Class Activity: To understand the concept of Ordinary Differential Equations After attending this session.Lesson Plan Guideline Euler’s method. 7 12 . the students will be able to solve questions relating to topic Attendance and previous lectures Lecture revision of Problem solving and question/answers Exercise and unsolved problems discussion Quiz-3 Solving exercise 10 min 10 min 25 min 40 min 00 min 15 min 00 min 10 min 40 min 00 min Exercise no.

Guass-Seidal method Examples and problems Exercise 10 min 10 min 40 min 40 min 15 min 15 min 10 min 10 min 75 min Linear System of Equaions and previous To understand the concept of Linear System of Equaions Examples and problems Exercise After attending this session.Guassian Ellimination Examples and problems Exercise . 8 Linear System of Equaions min 75min 75 13 . the students will be able to solve questions relating to topic Attendance revision of lectures Lecture 75min and 10 min previous 10 min 40 min 40 min Problem solving and question/answers 15 min 15 min Exercise and unsolved problems discussion 10 min 10 min Class Activity: Solving exercise Exercise No.Jacobbi’s. the students will be able to solve questions relating to topic Attendance Review of session Lecture Problem solving and que stio n/an swe rs Exercise and uns olve d pro ble ms disc ussi on Class Activity: Solving exercise Week 11 Exercise no.Lesson Plan Guideline Linear System of Equaions Crammer Rule. To understand the concept of Linear System of Equaions. 7 Week 12 Triangular Decomposition. After attending this session.

the students will be able to solve questions relating to topic Solving exercise Exercise No8 Revision Week Week 14 Week 15 Attendance revision of lectures Lecture and previous 10 min 10 min 25 min 40 min Problem solving and question/answers 00 min 15 min Exercise and unsolved problems discussion Quiz-4 00 min 10 min 40 min 00 min 75 min 75min Simulations Equations Examples and problems Exercise Revision Week Revision Week Viva will be held Final-Term Exam 14 . After attending this session.Lesson Plan Guideline Week 13 Solution of Tridiagnol Equations Examples and problems Exercise Class Activity: To understand the concept of Linear System of Equaions.

It is not acceptable for you to disturb the class by entering late. plagiarism. 11. Grading of course Sr.e.2 Absenteeism: Late coming and shortage in attendance i. If you are unavoidably late.# Contents Pre-Mid Assessment 1 Quizzes 2 Mid Term Exam Post-Mid Assessment 3 Quizzes 4 Viva 5 Final Term Exam Overall Percentage Weight age 10% 20% 10% 10% 50% 100% 4. or facilitating acts of academic dishonesty by others. This policy is applicable till the next working day after due date and time of assignment.Lesson Plan Guideline 3. without an approved extension. unauthorized collaboration on quizzes and papers. submitting work previously submitted for another course.3 Scholastic Honesty: Superior University expects each student to do his/her own work.1 Late Submission: According to the University policy. an assignment submitted after the due date. Assignments submitted after this will be awarded zero marks. The University has "zero tolerance" for cheating. will be penalized at the rate of 20% deduction of the possible maximum marks of the assessment item. The penalties are severe! 15 . ensure that students will be struck off from the relevant subject. 3 continual absents from class. then please wait outside until the lecturer indicates you may come in. using "notes" during exams. Academic & Disciplinary Policies 11. 11. submitting someone else's work as one's own.

Cheating. copying and ghost writing any material under any circumstances. collusion. drinks. Male students may wear shalwar-qameez with waist-coat and sandals with straps. Any breach of this rule will lead to immediate confiscation of the phone. offensive language and disruptive behavior will be addressed according to policies for academic misconduct mentioned in the Students’ Handbook. bubble gum or beetle-nut will be allowed inside the classroom. such as shalwar-qameez with long slits. 5. In order to maintain the sanctity and decorum on the University Campus. Working with others without permission and presenting the resulting work as though it was completed independently. No food. 16 . The University shall take a particularly stern view of any kind of immodest and revealing clothes. Aiding another student to plagiarize is also a violation of the plagiarism Policy and may invoke a penalty. shirts with low necklines. Class Rules and Regulations All mobile phones must remain switched off (not kept on silent / vibration mode) for the entire duration of a class. dirty and unironed clothes. skirts and tight or torn jeans.Lesson Plan Guideline 11. A student plagiarizes if he or she presents the thoughts or works of another as one’s own. plagiarism. This definition may include: Using another’s ideas without due acknowledgement. all male and female students are required to be dressed in a decent and appropriate manner. which will only be returned after the semester is over. Please note carefully that under no circumstances you will be allowed to attend classes in a casual and shabby getup. for example.4 Plagiarism University policy prohibits students plagiarizing.

and achievement of all assessment objectives. Give respect to your class mates in terms of their opinions and arguments. mastery of skills (as identified in the assessment task). A 15-minute break will be given. and achievement of all assessment objectives. (50-59%) This is a satisfactory standard indicating an adequate knowledge and understanding of the relevant materials. demonstration of an 17 . If you fail to attend at least 90% of the sessions you will receive an F grade for the module 6. demonstration of an outstanding level of academic ability. Any student coming late or returning late after the break will be considered absent for that day. sound development of skills (as identified in the assessment task). He/she should think critically to make effective arguments during the class. Assessment GPA and Percentages (80-100%) This is an outstanding standard indicating comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the relevant materials. (60-69%) This is a very good standard indicating a high level of knowledge and understanding of the relevant materials. reasonable development of skills (as identified in the assessment task). demonstration of a high level of academic ability.Lesson Plan Guideline A student must have maximum participation in class lecture and activities. and achievement of all assessment objectives. In case of cancellation / makeup of a class you shall be notified through the program manager or class coordinator. A student is encouraged to make opposing argument but maintain class decorum cannot be ignored. (70-79%) This is an excellent standard indicating a very high level of knowledge and understanding of the relevant materials. demonstration of a very high level of academic ability.

satisfactory development of skills (as identified in the assessment task). Fail (less than 50%) This is an unsatisfactory standard indicating an inadequate knowledge and understanding of the relevant materials. insufficient evidence of academic ability. 18 .Lesson Plan Guideline adequate level of academic ability. and achievement of most assessment objectives. and failure to achieve assessment objectives. failure to develop skills (as identified in the assessment task).

X= 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 F(x)= 7 10 17 33 63 121 185 287 423 598 817 Q4)Fit a polynomial using Lagrange formula at x=5 to the following data (1. use of margins and marker for headlines will increase the outlook/presentation of your paper . Neat handwriting.504) 19 .(4.7).estimate the relative and absolute errors of the product.(-2.4).37487.(2.0643×0. .180). Find also the range.4).0).(4.75) to the following data (-4.8) and (6.(6.9) Q5)Use Newton forward formula to find f(1.Lesson Plan Guideline Sample Papers & Quizzes Numerical Analysis Mid Term Exam BTC-5 Total Department: CS & IT Marks: 50 Course instructor: AFFAN AHMAD Obtained Marks: ------------Name: ___________________ Instructions: Attempt all questions each contain10 Marks.(3.4. Roll No: _________________ Date: ____________________ Time Allowed: 60 mins Take Care of Time Management.40). Q2)Construct the difference table for the function f(x)= for x=-2(1)4.detect and correct the error. Q1) If given numbers are rounded.(0.0). Q3) Construct the difference table.

.8 1.710 1.6 0.3 0. Q1) Given the following integral.666 3.055.292 Calculate the radius of curvature using following formula rule to 1.440051 1.811 2.477092 1.522023 Find f(x) and f(x) at x=1.405950 0. Neat handwriting. using Everett formula Q4) Find the expression for y including first six derivatives in the series.X 0.4 0.6 (Stirling formula) Q3) Given the following data .2 0.8 0.2 7.2 0.0 Y 0. Roll No: _________________ Date: ____________________ Time Allowed: 180 mins Take Care of Time Management.368842 0. use of margins and marker for headlines will increase the outlook/presentation of your paper .175 1.0 0.232 at the point x=0.1 0. Use Simpson s evaluate the integral with n=8 Q2) Consider the following table X 0.0 F(x) 0.given that 20 .Lesson Plan Guideline Numerical Analysis Final Term Exam BTC-5 Total Department: CS & IT Marks: 100 Course instructor: AFFAN AHMAD Obtained Marks: ------------Name: ___________________ Instructions: Attempt all questions each contain 20 Marks.9 1.801 5.498289 1.

using Newton-Raphson -method correct to b) Solve the following system of equations x+y+z=-2 3x-y+2z=4 4x+2y+z=-8 Important Formulas: 1) Stirling( 2)f=qf+ 21 .Lesson Plan Guideline Q5 (a) Find the real root of f(x)= 3dp.

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