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4500_exam1 - Math 4500/6500 Exam#1 This take-home exam...

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Math 4500/6500 Exam #1 This take-home exam covers the material from Chapter 1 through 4 of Cheney/Kincaid, from floating point numbers through Polynomial Interpolation. The exam is intended to be done with the aid of a computer program such as Mathematica. Please don’t be afraid to read over the notes and these sections in the book as you work on the problems– there is more in the notes than we were able to cover in the lectures, and some of those extra facts might be helpful to you as you work on the exam problems. Pick 5 of the following problems. 6500 students must include problem 4. All students must include a computer problem in their exam. You are encouraged to use the computer on as many problems as you like. It is ok to use Mathematica to do algebra for you, for instance. You are permitted to use You are not permitted to use Maple (or Mathematica or MATLAB) The internet (except for Mathematica help) Our book Other books Your notes Other people’s notes Your brain Other people’s brains
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