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Course: PHY 307, Fall 2008
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3 Due: Homework Thursday 21 September 1. In Lab3 you constructed a table showing the error in the energy of a harmonic oscillator as a function of the time step dt for the Euler algorithm. In lecture 3 we discussed an improved algorithm the leapfrog or Verlet algorithm. the Modify code used in lab 3 so as to use this new algorithm and construct a new table showing the new error versus time step dt. 2. Using the...

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3 Due: Homework Thursday 21 September 1. In Lab3 you constructed a table showing the error in the energy of a harmonic oscillator as a function of the time step dt for the Euler algorithm. In lecture 3 we discussed an improved algorithm the leapfrog or Verlet algorithm. the Modify code used in lab 3 so as to use this new algorithm and construct a new table showing the new error versus time step dt. 2. Using the simple plotting c...

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