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Chapter 7.7 homework
I encourage you to use some software package like
Excel, Matlab, or SciLab to do your number-crunching.
As usual, only the even problems are required.
For extra help with Excel (if I'm not available), the
Academic Projects Center (APC) offers one-to-one technology
instruction for students.
Drop in at the Center, located in
104 Halle Library, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday.
For more information about the APC, call 487-0020, extension 2154,
e-mail emu.apc@emich.edu, or visit http://www.emich.edu/apc/
First Part of the Assignment:
#1
#2
#3
#4
#25 but don't worry about rounding.
Be sure to answer the part about
"what happens if n doubles?"
I suggest you start with n=20, actually,
then make smaller versions for n=10 and n=5.
#26 but don't worry about rounding.
Be sure to answer the part about
"what happens if n doubles?" I suggest you start with n=20, actually,
then make smaller versions for n=10 and n=5.
#35 but use the Trapezoid method instead for now.
In Excel, type =cos(PI()*A10) if your x value is in A10.
#40 (remember to convert 42 degrees to radians)
but use Trapezoid rather than Simpson's.
Check your work by making a crude pendulum: hold an electric cord

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