MTH 510 Numerical Analysis
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Introduction
In chapter II, studied method of solving single
Non-linear equations of the form
f(x) =0
(single-variable)
Many practical problems described by a sy
MTH 510 Numerical Analysis
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Objective:
Understand the distinction b/n precision and
accuracy
Learn how to quantify error
Learn how to use error estimates to decide when to
terminate an ite
MTH510 Numerical Analysis
2.1 Introduction
Common problem in Applied Mathematics
f(x)=0
Algebraic equations
II NON-LINEAR EQUATIONS
f y + f y +L f x + f = 0
n 1
n
n
n 1
1
0
f i th order polynomial o
MTH 510 Numerical Analysis
Linear Systems: Iterative Methods
V Iterative Methods for Systems
of Equations
An alternative method to direct Methods solving
Ax = b
Suitable for large order problems &/
MTH 510 Numerical Analysis
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Objective
Convert a number from decimal to binary notation
and vice versa.
FLOATING POINT REPRESENTATION
Understand how floating numbers are stored inside a
compu
MTH 510 Numerical Analysis
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Introduction
Gauss Elimination method to solve
[ A]cfw_ x = cfw_b
LU FACTORIZATION
Becomes inefficient when solving equation with
multiple RHS (Elimination of A &
Introduction
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FLAP DEPLOYMENT MECHANISM
INTRODUCTION
In this project, our company is designing an aircraft. As the Crafty-Engineers, weve been
placed in charge of designing a flap deployment mechanism thats intende
MTH 510 Numerical Analysis
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Taylor and Maclaurin Series
General problem;
Suppose the function f can be represented by a
power series
Taylor and Maclaurin Series
f ( x ) = c0 + c1 ( x x0 ) +
Chapter 2
Mechanical Properties
The objective for this chapter is to understand the following topics:
2.1 Introduction to mechanical properties
2.2 Stress-strain relationships
Tensile, compression, be
Chapter 1
Introduction to Manufacturing
The objective for this chapter is to understand the following topics:
1.1 What is manufacturing?
1.2 Materials in manufacturing
1.3 Manufacturing processes
1.4
Chapter 3
Physical Properties
The objective for this chapter is to understand the following topics:
3.1 Introduction to physical properties
3.2 Volumetric properties
3.3 Thermal properties
3.4 Resista
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