Calculus 2 Project

# Calculus 2 Project - Calculus 2 Project exp(x sin(x cos(x...

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Calculus 2 Project exp(x), sin(x), cos(x), and ln(x) calculator using only +, −, ×, ÷, and ( ). 𝑥 n and ?! are counted as multiplication if ? is an integer. Requrements 1. Your calculation must be accurate. I will compare the results with Matlab. I need to see accuracy up to 5 th decimal point (except exp( x ) with a large x . For exp(large x) I will compare 6 significant digits) 2. Your calculation must be quick. Each calculation needs to be done in less than 0.3125 second. 3. Your calculator must handle wide range of input,

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Unformatted text preview: Your calculator must handle wide range of input, −400 ≤ ° ≤ 400 for ± ² , sin° , cos ° and 0 < ° ≤ 400 for ln °. 4. Basic error handling such as ln(−0.2) ?³ sin (?´´) should be included. Submission. 1. Submit your code. Use any programming language. (I suggest Matlab) 2. Submit a document explaining what’s done in your code in detail. Due date – April 22 Friday 11:59pm. Interface : Simple text interface is enough. Interface example....
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