CS3113 Numerical Methods
Assignment 2
Remember to include all sub steps to show your work. Not doing so will result in a penalty!
Due Date: October 19, 8:30 am
1
Consider the equation x4 = x3 + 10
(a)
CS3113: Assignment 5
Solution
1
Consider the following decimal numbers:
(a)
40
7
(b) 100.1
(c) 23.4
Convert the decimal number to binary.
Express the number as a floating point number fl(x)(double p
CS3113: Assignment 4
Solution
1
Compute
3
(a)
1
2
(b) 1
0
the first two steps of the Jacobi Method with starting vector [0,.,0].
1
u
5
3 1 1
u
6
=
2
v
4
(c) 1 3 1 v = 3
1 1 3
w
5
1 0
u
0
2 1 v =
CS3113: Assignment 3
Solution
1
Use Gaussian elimination to solve the systems:
(a) 2x 2y z = 2
4x + y 2z = 1
2x + y z = 3
(b) x + 2y z = 2
3y + z = 4
2x y + z = 2
(c) 2x + y 4z = 7
xy+z =2
x + 3y 2z
CS3113 Numerical Methods
Assignment 1
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1
Rewrite the following polynomials in nested form. Evaluate with and
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Class that represents a rental contract for a vehicle.
@author Leah Bidlake
@author Natalie Webber
*/
public abstract class RentalContract cfw_
/*
The number of seats in the rental vehicle.
*/
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