Homework2_fortran

# Homework2_fortran - equations with error bounds You must...

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Fortran Homework MAT5939-03 - Instructor: Pierre Garreau www.math.fsu.edu/ ~ pgarreau/teaching.htlm Department of Mathematics - Florida State University Guidelines To complete assignments you must hand in a report including: 1. Title The name of the homework assignment. Ex. “Bisection Method” 2. Description of Problem Description of the problem with a discussion of relevant mathematics. Ex. Explain how and why the bisection method works. Be specific and include a few steps worked out by hand with explanations of each step. 3. Description of the Program Description of your program which describes the algorithm you used and details your implementation. Ex. Explain how you implement the bisection method. You may also copy the relevant piece of code to help explain your implementation. 4. Results and Conclusions Discussion of the results including any tables or figures needed. Ex. Tell me all the roots for the two

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Unformatted text preview: equations with error bounds. You must also explain why you believe the answer is correct. The correct answer alone is not enough, you have to convince me that it is correct to get credit for it. 5. Program Listing • Include all your source code, makeFles and instructions on how to execute your code. You must also email me your source code, makeFles and instructions on how to execute your code. • Email me at [email protected] • Include [MAT5939-03] in the subject line of the email. 1 Fortran Homework MAT5939-03 - Instructor: Pierre Garreau www.math.fsu.edu/ ~ pgarreau/teaching.htlm Department of Mathematics-Florida State University 2 Bisection Method Use the bisection method to fnd the roots oF the two equations below to at least 5 decimal places: y=x 2 − 1 y = sin( x 2 ) − e x For − 1 < x < 1 . 3...
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