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Midterm, Numerical Analysis, March 3, 2010, with answers.
1. Newtons method for polynomial interpolation works with divided differences f [x0 , x1 , . . . , xk ] for increasing values of k. Here x0 , x1 , . . . , xn
are distinct points on the r
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Numerical Analysis, Midterm, March 31, 2015.
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1. (a) What is the purpose of the Sturm sequence algorithm?
(b) Explain why we can compute the determina
Numerical Analysis, Midterm, March 6, 2014, with answers.
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1. Consider the equation x2 2 = 0.
(a) Starting with x0 = 1 and x1 = 2 compute x2 and x3 using the
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Assignment Set 6, UA-MATH0252-1
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January 31, 2014
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Numerical Analysis, Quiz # 4, May 1.
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1. Consider the double precision oating point numbers each of which
are stored using 64 bits. Of these 11 are used for the exponent and
the rest for th
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Numerical Analysis, Quiz # 3, April 10.
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1. Consider the equation f (x) = x4 2x3 = 0. We wish to compute
both its roots by using Newtons method with initial guesses suciently close to the r
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Numerical Analysis, Quiz # 2, February 28.
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1. Given an interval [a, b] and a weight function w(x), which is strictly
positive in the open interval (a, b), we can always construct a set of
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Numerical Analysis, Quiz # 1, February 16.
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1. Show that the midpoint rule of numerical integration
(b a)f (a + b)/2)
is exact for all linear functions but fails to be so fo
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Numerical Analysis, Midterm, March 6, 2012 With Answers.
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1. (a) What is Newtons interpolation formula? For what problems is
it used?
(b) How much wor
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This question is about internal energy and thermal energy (heat).
(a)
Distinguish between internal energy and thermal energy.
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(b)
Describe, with reference to the energy of the molecules, the difference in internal energy
of a piece of iro