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Q1: Write the formula of Runge Kutta method 4^{th} degree for ? 2 marks
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Q2: What is Newton Repson’s formula? 2 marks
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Q3: Write the formula of Backward Difference formula of Df(x)? 2 marks
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Q4: Evaluate integral 2 marks
using Simpson’s 1/3 rule where .
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Q5: Evaluate integral 3 marks
By using Simpson 3/8 rule where
ANS:
Q6: Solve √2.03 - √2 up to significance of 5 places? 3 marks
ANS: 0.01057
Q7: Find the 2^{nd} derivative of f(x) at x=0.3 using three point equation 3 marks
x |
0.1 |
0.2 |
0.3 |
0.4 |
0.5 |
0.6 |
f(x) |
0.125 |
0.352 |
0.652 |
0.756 |
0.812 |
0.924 |
ANS: or
Q8: Use Ruge-Kutta method of order four to find value of and for initial value problem.y’ ? 3 marks
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Q9: Solve √14 by Newton’s method? 5 marks
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Q10: Evaluate the integral 5 marks
using Simpson’s 3/8 rule where .
ANS:
Q11: Evaluate the integral 5 marks
using Simpson’s 1/3 rule where .
ANS:
Q11: Construct Backward Difference table
x |
0.1 |
0.2 |
0.3 |
0.4 |
0.5 |
F(x) |
0.03354 |
0.06732 |
0.14856 |
0.24861 |
0.37056 |
ANS:
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Is ka koi ans bata day plz.
write a formula finding the value of theta in jacobi method?
tan2(thetha)= 2aij/aii-ajj
is it correct????
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=68zgznyc4vg
Simpson's Rule: the easy way ...
the 2nd half of numerical analysisbook came in my paper today
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