A short sample programming project to exhibit how to submit one

Here is a short sample of the submission expectations for a programming project in numerical methods.  I show you this through an example.

Here is a sample project assignment [PDF].

Corresponding to the project, the corresponding mfile [m] is developed.   Go through the mfile and note the following: proper comments, writing in sections with the %%, displaying tables in a proper format, using print statements, formatting, and drawing graphs.

See the expected corresponding complete submission report [PDF] as it involves typed pages done in a word processor as well as the published version of the mfile.

Learn how to make a single pdf file from various parts of the sample project [BLOG].  Did you know as a USF student you can download Adobe Acrobat for free?  It is a tool to make PDF files from word processor docs as well as to merge them with other PDFs.

Author: Autar Kaw

Autar Kaw (http://autarkaw.com) is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of South Florida. He has been at USF since 1987, the same year in which he received his Ph. D. in Engineering Mechanics from Clemson University. He is a recipient of the 2012 U.S. Professor of the Year Award. With major funding from NSF, he is the principal and managing contributor in developing the multiple award-winning online open courseware for an undergraduate course in Numerical Methods. The OpenCourseWare (nm.MathForCollege.com) annually receives 1,000,000+ page views, 1,000,000+ views of the YouTube audiovisual lectures, and 150,000+ page views at the NumericalMethodsGuy blog. His current research interests include engineering education research methods, adaptive learning, open courseware, massive open online courses, flipped classrooms, and learning strategies. He has written four textbooks and 80 refereed technical papers, and his opinion editorials have appeared in the St. Petersburg Times and Tampa Tribune.

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