M 471. Section 4549, Fall 2016
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Extra Credit Problems 3.
ID#:
1. (False Position, continued) Find a modification of the False Position Algorithm which converges
superlinearly, but still keeps the root between an and bn .
REWARD: 10 points extra credi
A290/A590 Meeting 3 Guide
C More of the Basics
Goal: We want to get some of the real basic things out on the table. Most of you know something about all of these, but
we still need to be sure we all understand them in more or less the same way.
I. A Bit o
Grading.
I know this is what a student is often interested in first. Here's what I have in
mind at this point.
Attendance: Attendance is mandatory if you want to pass. If you skip any
meetings on a regular basis, thinking you can get by on the outline
A290/A590 Meeting 2 Guide
C The Basics
Goal: We want to get some of the real basic things out on the table. Most of you know something about all of these, but
we still need to be sure we all understand them in more or less the same way.
I. Data Types.
Hoo
A290/A590
Tools for Computing
System Programming with C and Unix.
A290/A590 Mini Assignment 1 + Just In Time Assignment 1
JIT 1: DUE to JEFF VIA EMAIL [jwhitmer@cs.indiana.edu] Sunday, August 28, 2016 BY 10:00PM
MINI 1 DUE Sunday, August 28, 2016 BY 10:00
A290/A590
Tools for Computing System Programming with C and Unix.
A290/A590 STUDENTS
JIT 0 DUE Monday, August 22, 2016 BY 10:00PM to Jeff via email
Briefly answer the following 3 questions and send your answers to me, via email (jwhitmer@cs.indiana.edu),
A290 C - JIT 1
Ask your one big question (again, for each topic), but think carefully and ask the one you think is
the most important to help expand and deepen your understanding of this subject.
1. Data types in C:
There are basically four types of date
M 471. Section 4549, Fall 2016
Name:
Extra Credit Problems 1.
ID#:
1. Newton convergence. Newtons method for solving f (x) = 0 is the fixed-point iteration
determined by g(x) = x f (x)/f 0 (x). Assuming that f 0 (p) 6= 0 at the root p where f (p) = 0,
sho
A290/A590
Tools for Computing
System Programming with C and Unix.
A290/A590 Mini Assignment 3 + Just In Time Assignment 3
JIT 3: DUE to JEFF VIA EMAIL [jwhitmer@cs.indiana.edu] by Friday, September 30, 2016 BY 10:00PM
MINI 2: DUE Friday, September 30, 201
A290/A590 Meeting 5 Guide
C Functions, Calling Functions, and Arrays
Goal: We want start working with functions (sometimes called sub-routines) and the calling function(s) we need to actually
use them. We also want to start working with arrays.
I. Functio