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DISCUSSION ON SECANT BISECTION AND NEWTON METHOD

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Q.1) To find root of equation F(x) = x^2 -2000x + 1000000 I. Bisection method :1. If we take big interval like, [0, 10000], it gives wrong answer. Since f (a)*f (b) is always greater than zero (as shown in fig. 1, plotted using Matlab). i.e. curve of this equation always lies above the x-axis. Hence, root obtained by this method is interval as well function dependent.

2. If initial guess interval is shorter then it is observed that it gives root correctly. II. Newton method :Results- when Xo=0 Xo=100 Xo=1000 then root = 9.999999402724774e+02 then root = 9.999999468297407e+02 then root = NaN

Xo=10000 then root = 1.000000067536190e+03 1. If initial guess is as a root (i.e 1000) it gives result as NaN (not a number).

it gives correct answers upto given accuracy. This method depend on which guess is to be constant in given two guesses.9999 I. of iterations are required to compute root of equation as compared to other two methods.2. Bisection Method :1.996838333450432e+02 Discussions:1. This method can be effective used to find root of the equation with large initial interval. If we alter the guesses it will change the root of equation . 3. in this case if we do a=0 and b=10000 it gives root as NaN. 2. shows function crosses x axis for short interval.2. For both the remaining initial guess. Less no. 2. The plot for given function is as in fig. 3. 1000] the root computed is 9. Q. III. . Secant Method:- Results For the interval [0. If initial guess interval is shorter then it is observed that it gives root correctly.2) To find root of equation F(x) = x^2 -200x + 9999.

Prepared by. Newton Method :Xo=0 Xo=100 Xo=1000 then root = 99. 1000] the root computed is 1.000100000007657e+02 1.e 100) it gives result as NaN (not a number). Less no. If initial guess as a root (i.II. 3. Secant Method:- ResultsFor the interval [0. The root obtain by this method is nearly close to original root.000100001741614e+02 Results. Bhawar Sarjerao A. (133100055) Surendra Singh Sisodia (133100006) . it gives correct answers. 2.003001111028717e+02 Discussions:1.when Xo=10000 then root= 1. of iterations are required to compute root of equation as compared to other two methods.989999959390275 then root= NaN then root= 1. For both the remaining initial guess. III.

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