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Course: PETE 2060, Fall 2011
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Determine PETE2060ComputinginPetroleumEngineering Homework8 Duedate11162010 1. the highest real root of (using calculator) f ( x) 2 x 3 11.7 x 2 17.7 x 5 (a) Fixed point iteration method (three iterations, x0=3.2). (b) New-Raphson Method (three iterations, Calculate x0=3.2). 2. the derivative of the f(x) at x = .56 and h =0.23, using forward, backward and second order method. Then calculate the error of...

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Determine PETE2060ComputinginPetroleumEngineering Homework8 Duedate11162010 1. the highest real root of (using calculator) f ( x) 2 x 3 11.7 x 2 17.7 x 5 (a) Fixed point iteration method (three iterations, x0=3.2). (b) New-Raphson Method (three iterations, Calculate x0=3.2). 2. the derivative of the f(x) at x = .56 and h =0.23, using forward, backward and second order method. Then calculate the error of each method by comparing these values with the exact value of f(x). f ( x) 0.1x 4 0.15x 3 .5 x 2 17.7 x 5
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