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Unformatted text preview: ASE 311 Engineering computation, Fall 2009, Homework 3 Due: Friday, September 18, 2:00 PM in the lecture room JGB 2.216 Report all work, including any m-files you have written. You may also find the command diary useful in recording your MATLAB session. Please write clearly and be sure to label for which problem each solution is. Please, staple Part I and Part II separately and make sure that your name is written on both parts. Part I 1. [Chapra, Problem 6.1] Employ fixed-point iteration within MATLAB to locate the root of √ () = 2 sin( ) − Use an initial guess of 0 = 0.5 and iterate until the approximate relative error is ≤ 0.01%. 2. [Divide and average method] Square root of 2 was computed using the formula ) ( 1 2 +1 = + 2 during one of the lectures. Derive this method from the Newton-Raphson formula. Part II 3. [Mass of the bungee jumper] Let = 9.81 m/s2 and = 0.33 kg/m. Determine the mass for which the function ) (√ √ () = tanh attains the value 40 m/s when = 5 s. Use MATLAB and the Newton-Raphson method. Compare your result with the one obtained using the built-in function fzero. 4. Write the following set of equations in matrix form: 50 = 53 − 72 42 + 73 + 30 = 0 1 − 73 = 40 − 32 + 51 What is the transpose of the coefficient matrix? 5. A number of matrices are defined as ⎡ ⎡ ⎤ ⎤ 4 7 1 0 1 [] = ⎣1 2⎦ , [] = ⎣0 2 3⎦ , 5 6 4 0 0 (a) (b) (c) (d) ⎡ ⎤ 3 [] = ⎣−1⎦ 0 What are the dimensions of the matrices? What are the values of the elements 21 , 23 and 21 ? Which of the following operations are possible: [] + [], [][], [][]? Perform the possible operations manually. ...
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