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This math project, my final exam grade in the class, was broken up into three parts that were completed throughout the semester. The project required the use of proofs, MATLAB, and LaTeX software to present a professional document  a presentation of our work. In the project, I proved various key components of numerical methods for approximation, and I worked through singlevalue decomposition problems and reduction of largescale ordinary differential equations. Much of the project required MATLAB programming and computation, and the final report was typed into LaTeX to display properly.
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