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Question No. 1: Consider the following table of values
x 
2 
4 
6 
8 
10 
12 
14 
F(x) 
23 
93 
259 
559 
1031 
1713 
2643 
Use Newton’s backwards difference formula to compute f (11) with and p= 0.5
Question No. 2: Find Newton’s forward difference table from the following data.
0.0 
0.1 
0.2 
0.3 
0.4 

1 
0.9048 
0.8187 
0.6408 
0.4703 
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MTH603  Numerical Analysis Assignment No. 1 Solution Spring 2016 Due Date Jul 20, 2016
MTH603  Numerical Analysis Assignment No. 1 Solution Spring 2016 Due Date Jul 20, 2016
Maximum Marks: 20 Due Date: 20 072016
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Question No. 1: Consider the following table of values
x 
2 
4 
6 
8 
10 
12 
14 
F(x) 
23 
93 
259 
559 
1031 
1713 
2643 
Use Newton’s backwards difference formula to compute f (11) with and p = 0.5
Question No. 2: Find Newton’s forward difference table from the following data.
0.0 
0.1 
0.2 
0.3 
0.4 

1 
0.9048 
0.8187 
0.6408 
0.4703 
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As Xn = 10
So, Yn = 1031 or Yn = 2643?
I just need an idea for this?
so easy assignment consult lecture 21 and 22 for this assignment
plzzzzz just 2nd ques what is the value of p?
Yn=2643
what will be the value of p in 2nd ques plzzzzzz
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