EGR_102_Lecture_HW_09

EGR_102_Lecture_HW_09 - ƒ( x ) = 0.95 x 3 – 5.9 x 2 +...

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EGR 102 of 3 pages Lecture HW 09 1 EGR 102 Lecture HW 03 Due at beginning of lecture on Friday, March 25 3 Problems, 18 Points Total Name: PID: Lab Section #: Problem 1 (6 pts) : Use 5 iterations of Newton-Raphson to determine a root of the equation: ƒ( x ) = – x 2 + 1.8 x + 2.5 using x 0 = 5 Use MATLAB to plot the equation. Express your answers to 6 decimal places. Show all work.
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EGR 102 of 3 pages Lecture HW 09 2 Problem 2 (6 pts) : Use 3 iterations of Newton-Raphson to determine the highest root of the equation:
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Unformatted text preview: ƒ( x ) = 0.95 x 3 – 5.9 x 2 + 10.9 x – 6 using x = 3.5 Use MATLAB to plot the equation. Express your answers to 6 decimal places. Show all work. EGR 102 of 3 pages Lecture HW 09 3 Problem 3 (6 pts) : Use 3 iterations of Newton-Raphson to determine the lowest positive root of the equation: ƒ( x ) = 8 sin( x ) e-x-1 using x = 0.3 Use MATLAB to plot the equation. Express your answers to 6 decimal places. Show all work....
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This note was uploaded on 02/03/2012 for the course EGR 102 taught by Professor Hinds during the Spring '09 term at Michigan State University.

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EGR_102_Lecture_HW_09 - ƒ( x ) = 0.95 x 3 – 5.9 x 2 +...

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