MAT 425 HW 3
MAT 425.
Solutions
Homework 3
Solutions
Computational problems are marked with an *.
2. No. The Newton-Cotes quadrature can be derived from integrating the polynomial
1
interpolation of the integrand f (t ) = 1+25x2 . Since, for Newton-Cotes
MAT 425 HW 4
MAT 425.
Due April 7, 2011
Homework 4
Solutions.
Computational problems are marked with an *.
1. It is possible. For example the exact solution to the ODE
y = 100y
is y(t ) = y(0)e100t which is asymptotically stable. But if we apply the forwa
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Math 425 Numerical Analysis
Homework 1. Solutions
Computational problems are marked with .
Total points 100=254.
1. The centered dierence for approximating 1st derivatives of f (x) is
h
f (x) D0 f (x) :=
f (x + h) f (x h)
.
2h
(a) If one uses D0 f (x) to
Math 425 Numerical Analysis
Homework 2. Solutions
Total points 100 = 25 + 25 + 50
1. Textbook, page 336, problem 7.15
Solution. There are n knots and thus n 1 subintervals. On each subinterval,
we need 3 coecients to determine a quadratic polynomial. Ther
MAT 425
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10.1-10.6
11.1-11.2
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Distribution of point
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Midterm practice
March 24, 2011
Midterm Exam: practice problems
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1. Let R be a ring. An element x of R is called nilpotent if there exists an integer m 0 such
that xm = 0.
(a) Show that every nilpotent element of R is either zero or a zero-divisor.
(b) Suppose that R i
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1. (10 points) There exists a unique polynomial p(x) of degree 2 or less such that
p
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