## Scientific analysis for programmable calculators: with algebraic operating systems : programming techniques, science and engineering applicationsIncludes: Evaluation or Roots of Equations, Higher Transcedental Functions, Numerical Integration & Differential Programs. |

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### Contents

The Dsz statement | 9 |

contents polynomials | 16 |

The method of iteration | 38 |

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2nd Dsz 2nd Exc 2nd Lbl 2nd Prd Adams method Bessel function calculated in lines calculator display chapter check the program consider Contents of data convergence counter data registers 01 digit display register Dsz loop Ei(x equation 5c erfx example fi+i full extent function subroutine Gauss integration given input/output operation integrand interpolation interval INV 2nd INV SBR iteration Jp(x Lbl A ST001 Legendre polynomials library program Line 13 LRN Contents modified Gauss program Newton-Raphson method numerical evaluation numerical integration obtain the sequence obtained by pressing order differential equation order equation parameters partial sum Press x RST procedure program appears program follows program of section program to evaluate R/S RST represents equation rewrite Romberg Romberg integration RST R/S Display Runge-Kutta method runs from line secant method signum function Simpson's rule solution starting values stored in data Transcendental Functions Wi's write a program yi+i