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CalcII...MATLAB#1 - Robert Crescenzi Professor Horntrop...

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Unformatted text preview: Robert Crescenzi Professor Horntrop Math 112-010 March 03, 2011 Matlab Assignment 1 Questions: b.) While N = 10 and N = 100, no agreement between the exact answer and each approximation was present in addition to Left-endpoint approximation and Right approximation of N = 1000. On the other hand, while N = 1000 for trapezoidal rule, there was a four digit agreement between the trapezoidal approximation and the true value. The true value equated to 2701.0114 and the trapezoidal approximation equated to 2701.043792 which are nearly identical to each other. c.) In this case, the left-endpoint approximation and right-endpoint approximation are not as accurate as the trapezoidal approximation by a certain factor in respect to the value of N. Numerically, while N = 10, the left-endpoint approximation is approx. 53% and the right- endpoint approximation is approx. 53% off. When N = 100, the left-endpoint approximation and endpoint approximation is approx....
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2011 for the course PHYS 111A taught by Professor Universal during the Fall '10 term at NJIT.

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CalcII...MATLAB#1 - Robert Crescenzi Professor Horntrop...

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