**Text**: Numerical and Analytical Methods for Scientists and Engineers using Mathematica, by UCSD Professor D. Dubin (Wiley, New York, 2003)

**Course Times
**:TuTh 9:30am-10:50am, YORK 2622.

**Midterm:** Thursday Nov 2, in lecture.

**Final:** Thursday December 14, 8:00am-11:00am.

**Homework**: Turn it in to your lab TA. Late assignments are docked 10% per day for up to six days, after which they will not be graded. Your assignments and your exams need to be your own work. See here for academic integrity rules and the sanctions for violations: Academic Integrity office.

**Grading**: Homework: 35%, Midterm: 25%, Final 40%.

**Syllabus**:
As posted on this website. Also, here is the syllabus from 2016 (we will closely follow it).

**Website on TED**: The main website for the course will be posted on TED. Check there often.

**Random, fun links**: 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics ,
Wolfram on complex analysis and residues, Wikipedia page on residues , some more examples of residues, Cauchy's integral theorem , Cauchy Riemann equations . Video about complex analysis and the zeta function, Bohemian Gravity (a small advertisement for my physics 137 class in the Spring), How to get Mathematica.