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Problem 2. problem 28.7, Chapra & Canale 5th Ed. p801, For this problem, we can get a solution for a cetain range of h's. An example is ca(1) = 1.00000, cb(1) = 0.00000, cc(1) = 1.00000 h = 0.01000 t ca(x) cb(x) cc(x) 0.00000 1.00000 0.00000 1.00000 0.10000 0.55040 0.44960 0.42218 0.20000 0.44328 0.55672 0.25047 0.30000 0.41189 0.58811 0.17722 0.40000 0.40695 0.59305 0.14086 0.50000 0.41284 0.58716 0.12077 0.60000 0.42336 0.57664 0.10846 0.70000 0.43575 0.56425 0.10004 0.80000 0.44875 0.55125 0.09369 0.90000 0.46178 0.53822 0.08852 1.00000 0.47459 0.52541 0.08407 1.10000 0.48705 0.51295 0.08012 1.20000 0.49912 0.50088
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2010 for the course CHE 348 taught by Professor Chelikowsky during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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