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Unformatted text preview: spline . (c) Use the builtin Matlab function interp1 with the appropriate method selected. 16.3 Use the builtin Matlab functions spline and interp1 as necessary. 16.5 Use the builtin Matlab functions spline and interp1 asnecessary. Check the Matlab help file on the spline commandto learn how to fit using zeroslope clamped end conditions inpart (b). 16.10 Use the builtin Matlab functions spline. 15.2 First order: 12.5 Second order: 10.5 Third order: 10 Fourth order: 10 15.3 First order: 12.5 Second order: 10.5 Third order: 10 15.5 f (x) = 0.15x 3 +1.5x 2 5.25x + 7.5 x = 2.2156 15.7 (a) 6.6487 (b) 6.6077 (c) 0.1074 15.10 Third order case: J predicted = 0.5683, ea = 8.15783e 4 Fourth order case J predicted = 0.5683, ea = 0.0021 16.1 The polynomial coefficients for the first interval are: 1 3.970954 0 0.029046 (a) (b) (c) 16.2 d = 1.21511 m 16.3 (a) (b) 16.5 (a) (b) (c) 16.10 (a) y (1.5) = 21.3344 (b) y (1.5) = 20.5701...
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