Exam 2 Solution

# Exam 2 Solution - Spring 2009 EXAM 2 MEEN 357 Dr Bowen...

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Spring 2009 MEEN 357 Exam 2-Solution 2009 RMB 2 1. (15%) You are given the following system of equations. 12 3 3 3 15 3 3800 3 18 6 1200 4 12 2350 xx x x x −= −+ = −− + = (1.1) a. (5%) If you were to attempt to solve this system by the Gauss-Seidel iteration method, are you assured in advance that it will converge? Why? Explain your answer. b. (10%) Give the MATLAB script sufficient to generate the solution (1.1) by the Gauss-Seidel method such that the final percentage relative error is less than 5%. You must clearly print your script. Otherwise, your results will be considered incorrect. You may assume you have full access to all of the MATLAB tools we have discussed.
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