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Unformatted text preview: ME303, MME, University of Waterloo. Prof. Serhiy Yarusevych Midterm Results Midterm Objectives Midterm Objectives Define the expected level of understanding Provide an opportunity to test ones knowledge Allow for feedback before the final exam Q #1: Finding Roots Q #1: Finding Roots n 2 x x x sin 2 5 Find: Root using a graphic method oot using direct eration method Root using direct iteration method Root using NewtonRaphson method elevant Examples: Relevant Examples: Lecture examples Tutorial #3 Homework #3 Q #2: Derivative Approximation Q #2: Derivative Approximation Given: equally aced pressure (P) data points 3 equally spaced pressure (P) data points Find: i f d diff i ti f dP/d Derive forward difference approximation for dP/dx Compute dP/dx Highest possible order of accuracy for dP/dx if only two points are given Relevant Examples: lecture examples Tutorial #2 k # 2 Homework #2 Q #3: 1 Q #3: 1 st st order IVP order IVP...
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2011 for the course ME 303 taught by Professor Serhiyyarusevych during the Spring '10 term at Waterloo.
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