# Top Numerical Methods with Matlab for Beginners!

Top Numerical Methods with Matlab for Beginners!

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Introduction
Chapter 1. Calculating values of function
Chapter 2. Interpolation, Extrapolation,
Regression
Chapter 3. Equations and Systems of
Equations
Chapter 4. Eigenvalue and Singular value
decomposition
Chapter 5. Optimization
Chapter 6. Evaluating integrals
Chapter 7. Differential equations
Conclusion.