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Unformatted text preview: % Important: Add 2.0 to all the terms in column 2 of BBMNEW. fclose(fid); The first three elements of x are 1 5 4. The first three elements of x are 27.3716 1.3429 10.2887 Determine the output of the disp statements in the first code above. Use your modified version of thomas.m – call it spthomas.m. Discuss why the data as given (without adding 2.0 to column 2 of BBNEW), produces an error in the Thomas algorithm. Does this mean that there is no solution with the original BBNEW data? You should have a runspthomas.m which reads the bmat.txt file and prepares the data for spthomas.m. Submit spthomas.m and runspthomas.m files to WebCT. Problem 2 . (25 points) Write a new thomas which works with spdisp for an antitridiagonal matrix. Use the first six rows of the bmat.txt as your text case. Submit antispthomas.m and runantispthomas.m files to WebCT. Clearly show the x vector....
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2010 for the course CEG 616 taught by Professor Taylor during the Winter '10 term at Wright State.
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