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Applied Mathematics : Numerical AnalysisHi,
Its sad to see so less number of people on the Applied Maths section. I ve a query... I ve not studied Numerical Analysis in in engineering course. And i ve not started preparing this part either. Can anyone tell me how much easy/hard this section of the syllabus is ? And how long will it take to prepare from scratch. Safely consider my mathematical skills in the upper better slot. :) |

Assalamo alaikom bro!
I didn't opt for Maths but I have studied NA in my Engineering. It's very easy for an Engineer. It would take your 3 to 4 days only. Don't know about the extent of NA in CSS maths but don't worry, it's even easier than Linear Algebra in my view. PS: I may not help you further as I haven't opted for this subject. Apologizing! |

[QUOTE=Roshnain Swati;727526]Hi,
Its sad to see so less number of people on the Applied Maths section. I ve a query... I ve not studied Numerical Analysis in in engineering course. And i ve not started preparing this part either. Can anyone tell me how much easy/hard this section of the syllabus is ? And how long will it take to prepare from scratch. Safely consider my mathematical skills in the upper better slot. :)[/QUOTE] as the shah said: it is easy. you can cover it all from youtube in a couple of days. but must go through past papers and practice those questions. if you are not careful you will waste a lot of time on it. go through 2014 paper's section c and solve those questions. you will know what i mean. there is no better teacher than first hand experience. once you have identified the problem then come back and we will talk of solutions. but first get experienced! |

[QUOTE=The Shah Ends;727533]Assalamo alaikom bro!
I didn't opt for Maths but I have studied NA in my Engineering. It's very easy for an Engineer. It would take your 3 to 4 days only. Don't know about the extent of NA in CSS maths but don't worry, it's even easier than Linear Algebra in my view. PS: I may not help you further as I haven't opted for this subject. Apologizing![/QUOTE] Well - thank you. That was an encouraging response. I have decided to go with AM...Cant study those dull law subjects etc... (i hope the law guys are not looking at this :) ) .. what are your optionals ? [QUOTE=waqas izhar;727565]as the shah said: it is easy. you can cover it all from youtube in a couple of days. but must go through past papers and practice those questions. if you are not careful you will waste a lot of time on it. go through 2014 paper's section c and solve those questions. you will know what i mean. there is no better teacher than first hand experience. once you have identified the problem then come back and we will talk of solutions. but first get experienced![/QUOTE] Thanks Waqas..I am doing Tensors and Numerical Analysis for the first time -- so getting used to the basics such as those irritating symbols and indices of the tensor part :) ..Then all of a sudden, a wave of inquisition hit me - ' what about Numerical Analysis', but the answers relieved me. |

[QUOTE=Roshnain Swati;727576]Well - thank you. That was an encouraging response. I have decided to go with AM...Cant study those dull law subjects etc... (i hope the law guys are not looking at this :) ) .. what are your optionals ? .[/QUOTE]
They are not that dull. Yeah, it's right that a person having engineering background may find them dull in the start. Anyhow, I haven't opted for any Mathematical subject. I may go with Psychology, one of histories, Sociology(maybe) and Journalism. I want to have a taste of pure theoretical subjects as well. :) Good luck. |

wrong strategy[QUOTE=Roshnain Swati;727576]
Thanks Waqas..I am doing Tensors and Numerical Analysis for the first time -- so getting used to the basics such as those irritating symbols and indices of the tensor part :) ..Then all of a sudden, a wave of inquisition hit me - ' what about Numerical Analysis', but the answers relieved me.[/QUOTE] tensors are twenty marks and lengthy. NA are forty marks and short and easy but just a tad bit tricky. leave tensors to [B]the very last end[/B]. leave them like just about[B] right now.[/B] and begin and finish NA from just about [B]right now.[/B] So? what are you waiting for? [B]go[/B] |

[QUOTE=waqas izhar;727592]tensors are twenty marks and lengthy. NA are forty marks and short and easy but just a tad bit tricky. leave tensors to [B]the very last end[/B]. leave them like just about[B] right now.[/B] and begin and finish NA from just about [B]right now.[/B] So? what are you waiting for? [B]go[/B][/QUOTE]
I ll agree here. My point was, tensors look tedious and complicated -- First deal them and then go to tensors... Am almost done with the first part of tensors and would like to carry the self-developed concepts to the next level. InshaAllah once done with the tensors (a week more since i ll be travelling), I ll start with NA. We can discuss it then. What are your other optionals? |

[QUOTE=Roshnain Swati;727595]I ll agree here. My point was, tensors look tedious and complicated -- First deal them and then go to tensors... Am almost done with the first part of tensors and would like to carry the self-developed concepts to the next level.
InshaAllah once done with the tensors (a week more since i ll be travelling), I ll start with NA. We can discuss it then. What are your other optionals?[/QUOTE] Physics and Economics. but appearing in previous economics on 26th till 15th july. |

[QUOTE=SemeSer;727816]I'm also interested in Applied Mathematics as an optional course.
Kindly mention what topics you people are preparing & from which books...?:thinking Thanks[/QUOTE] Tensors from Nawazish Ali .. There should have been 40 marks or at least 30 for this section..These stupid symbols and indices are so irritating... Khair.. |

[QUOTE=SemeSer;727816]I'm also interested in Applied Mathematics as an optional course.
Kindly mention what topics you people are preparing & from which books...?:thinking Thanks[/QUOTE] buddy tomorrow IA. Now in hurry Regards |

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