Book 2 Resources
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Integration and differentiation in Maple.
This Maple worksheet introduces the basic Maple commands for differentiating and
integrating.
 The NewtonRaphson method.
This Excel spreadsheet shows how to use the NewtonRaphson method to
calculate square roots. Relates to Example 3.18 of the book.
 The rectangular rule,
trapezoidal rule, and Simpson’s rule.
This Excel spreadsheet shows how to integrate numerically using these three methods.
Programmers: See how this is done with Visual Basic functions. Relates to the
computer code given in Section 6.5 of the book.
 Taylor series.
This Excel spreadsheet shows how the Maclaurin series for e^{x}
is accurate only for small x. It also shows how the Maclaurin series
for ln(x) can be modified to make it accurate to 6 sig. figs for
any x.
Relates to Example 9.19 of the book.
 Filtering by an
RLC circuit. This Excel spreadsheet uses complex arithmetic
to construct the gain and phase shift graphs that describe filtering by an RLC circuit.
Relates to Figure 10.33 of the text.
 Fourier series of
a sawtooth waveform. This
Maple worksheet shows how to use Maple to calculate Fourier coefficients analytically.
It shows how to correctly apply symmetry arguments to find the coefficients
for the sawtooth waveform. Relates to Chapter 10, page 245.
 Fourier transform of a wavepacket. This
Excel spreadsheet calculates the Fourier transform of a wavepacket by doing
a whole sequence of numerical integrations, one for each frequency. Relates
to Example 10.14.
 FFT of a wavepacket. This
Excel spreadsheet contains a subroutine that does the Fast Fourier Transform
(FFT). The FFT is applied to the same wavepacket as the previous spreadsheet.
Relates to the computer code for Example 10.15 on pages 281 and
282.
 Sunspots peak every 11 years.
This spreadsheet is similar to the previous one but looks at the historical data on
sunspot activity on the sun's surface and does an FFT to look for cycles.
Relates to Problem Set 10.3, #6.