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The Center for Research in Scientific Computation (CRSC), based at North Carolina State University, aims to "foster research in scientific computing and provide a focal point for research in computational science,...
Created by John Michel for the Connected Curriculum Project, the purpose of this module is to extend the concept of fitting a least squares line to allow fitting more complex functions, including those in which the...
Herbert Wilf is a combinatorialist. The entire text of his books generatingfunctionology, A=B,andAlgorithms and Complexitymay be downloaded in PDF format, as may his "East Side, West Side" lecture notes on combinatorial...
Created by David Smith for the Connected Curriculum Project, the purpose of this module is to develop the concept of fitting a least squares line from the concept of orthogonal projection of a vector on a subspace. This...
This activity uses Microsoft Excel for a simulation of probability concepts. The Excel file and handouts are provided. Students will explore the concept of independent events, sample spaces, equally likely...
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