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Unformatted text preview: Homework 3 - Due Wed. Sep. 21st Math 224 - Fall 2011 Dr. Mauro Maggioni Office hours : Tue 4-5, in office 293 Physics Bldg. Phone : 660-2825 Web page : www.math.duke.edu/ mauro E-mail : mauro.maggioni at duke.edu Homework policies : as in homework 1. Assignment Study Lectures 7,8,9 in the book. Exercises 7.4,7.5 We are going to start using Matlab. See the webpage for links to tutorials, and see Homework 1 on how to prepare and submit your homework that involves code and results from running code. Exercise 9.1. Besides what asked in 9.1, we will play with Legendre polynomials a bit more. Part of this may be useful to solve 9.1 itself, so you may want to read what follows before you start working on 9.1. Create a function Experiment1 with inputs , MaxDegree , and outputs x, A, Q, R, Qc, Rc, Qm, Rm . Experiment1 first creates the vector x with 2 + 1 equispaced points in [- 1 , 1] (I like to use the function linspace for this) Then Experiment1 creates a (2 + 1) MaxDegree...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course MATH 224 taught by Professor Layton,a during the Fall '08 term at Duke.
- Fall '08