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Unformatted text preview: found on pages 101 and 103, respectively. Use 1 x ∆ = in your solution process. Apply the specified boundary conditions for c at x = 0 and x = 10 to the equations for the first and last interior node, respectively. This is a realworld problem. Answers 8.3 x = 15.1812 7.2464 0.1449 8.4 No answers to provide without giving the solution away. 8.6 F = 500.0220 433.0191 866.0381 0.0000 250.0110 749.9890 2 Therefore, F 1 = –500 F 2 = 433 F 3 = –866 H 2 = 0 V 2 = 250 V 3 = 750 8.10 x = 7.3575 12.7530 15.2055 9.5 (a) (b) determinant = 0.02 (d) 1 10 x = , 2 14.5 x = (e) 1 10 x = , 2 4.3 x = 9.6 (a) 1 0.5 x = , 2 8 x = , 3 6 x = 9.7 (a) 1 4 x = , 2 8 x = , 3 2 x = 9.8 1 173.75 x = , 2 245 x = , 3 253.75 x = 9.12 Plot of c as a function of x: 3...
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