ENGRD 3200
PS01 HW Solution
Spring 2016
1. Total Numerical Error
Consider the function f(x)=sin(x) defined over the interval [0,2] with its maximum slope
occurring at x=0
a) To reach a relative error
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Problem 1
(a)
(5 points)
p
x + x2 1
x2 (x2 1)
1
2
=
=
= g(x).
f (x) = (x x 1)
2
2
x+ x 1
x+ x 1
x + x2 1
(b)
(25 points)
Calculations with full
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Previously, this
material was tested in
Prelim-1. Now you will
have LU factorization
in prelim-2.
Basically, know how to set-up a
piecewise linear interpolant.
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PS03
Consider the following system of two linear equations:
Row 1:
0.0003! + 1.566! = 1.569
Row 2:
0.3454! 2.436! = 1.018
a) Solve this system by hand usi
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Problem 1
a. (8 points)
f (z0 ) = f (0) = 0,
f (z1 ) = f (6) = 45.347,
f (z2 ) = f (12) = 26.776,
f (z3 ) = f (18) = 13.798,
f (z4 ) = f
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Solution: ENGRD 3200 SP16
HW1
Question 1: PROBLEM (4.5) from the textbook.
Solution: minvalue = 4.9407e-324
% Find the smallest positive value that can be represented
% i.e. smallest number x, that wh