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This class is designed as an introduction to programming for the undergraduate physics major. The class begins with no assumption of prior programming experience. An emphasis will be on building strong programming skills using the MATLAB programming environment. Applications and examples will include data analysis (curve fitting and optimization), simulating physical systems, solving systems of linear equations and Monte Carlo techniques.

Prerequisite: 2310.

Pre- or corequisite: MATH **316.

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Calculus-Based Physics III - PHYS 2310

Applied Ordinary Differential Equations - MATH **316

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