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Title: Numerical methods of the solution of applied tasks for foreign students. Theoretical material and practical
Authors: Remez, Natalia Serhiivna
Bronytskyi, Vadym Olehovych
Keywords: engineering ecology
mathematical modeling
computational mathematics
numerical methods
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute
Citation: Remez, N. Numerical methods of the solution of applied tasks for foreign students. Theoretical material and practical [Electronic resource] : textbook for students of 101 "Ecology" / Natalia Remez, Vadym Bronytskyi ; Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute. – Electronic text data (1 file: 2,80 Mbyte). – Kyiv : Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, 2020. – 178 p. – Title from the screen.
Abstract: In the presented grant basic provisions on performance individual semestrial a task - settlement work which subject occupies sections of a course of the higher mathematics on studying of differential notation of functions of two variables are stated. Educational the edition contains the main theoretical data, samples to performance of tasks on separate subjects, the list of references, and a model of execution of the report with rozrakhunovo ї works. It is considered the basic concepts of the theory of functions of many variables and existing methods rozv "to a yazk of tasks on findings of a range of definition of functions; calculations of double border of function; findings of private derivatives of function of two variables, and functions which are made or set implicitly; definitions of extrema of function and so forth. The educational edition is intended for applicants for a master's degree in specialty 101 "Ecology", the educational program "Engineering Ecology and resource-saving".
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