Department of Mathematics

Math 300: Mathematical Computing

Assignment 6

In this assignment, you must create a Beamer presentation that mimics this one. Obviously, since your name is different from that of the author of the sample document, there will be changes to your version to customize it for your surname. We emphasize that if the instructor's name appears in your presentation then you are doing it wrong. Observe that there are two align environments in the document. Note also that the first alignment is of a exponential function with the plus sign, while in the second, the equals signs are aligned, but continuation lines for the second equation are shifted to the right of the equals sign by a \qquad. Observe that all the continuation lines are aligned.

The beamer document uses t,10pt arguments to the \documentclass statement. It uses an AnnArbor presentation theme, with a seahorse color theme and a serif font theme.

The assignment is turned in when the instructor receives that .tex file as an attachment to an email. The assignment is worth 30 points, and is due at 9:00 on Tuesday, 16 October.


Assignment 6 is posted.




The midterm exam will take place on Friday, 12 October. As always, you are permitted any paper notes you find useful, but no electronic devices are allowed. The test is cumulative, but emphasizes the material covered in the last fours weeks. A sample exam is available.




You need to install Matlab on your computer by Wednesday. You do not need Simulink or any particular toolboxes, though you might find the Symbolic toolbox useful at some time in the future (not in this class).



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