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Match the following items
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(a) Integration
(ii) RungeKutta
(b) Root finding
(iii) GaussSeidel
(c) Ordinary Differential Equations
(iv) Simpson's Rule
(d) Solution of Systems of Linear Equations
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(i)  (b)
(ii)  (c)
(iii)  (d)
(iv)  (a)
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