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Course

: MAT205

Class NBR

: 5487

Time

:

- Applied Numerical Methods

Slot: F1+TF1

Max.Marks:100

Three Hours

PART – A (5 X 4 = 20 Marks)

Answer ALL Questions

1.

Find the positive real root of 3 −

− 1 = 0 by Newton’s method correct to 4 decimal

places.

2.

Find

the

equation

y=f(x)

of

least

degree

passing

through

the

**points −1, −21 , 1,15 , 2,12 , 3,3 Find also y when x=0.
**

3.

Evaluate

4.

State the nature of one-dimensional wave equation and derive explicit formula to solve the

by Simpsons one-third rule.

wave equation.

5.

at = 1.5 and = 3.5 if

Find

x

1.5

2

2.5

3

4

3.5

**y 3.375 7 13.625 24 38.875 59
**

PART – B (5 X 16 = 80 Marks)

Answer any FIVE Questions

6.

**(a) Solve the system of equations by Gauss –Seidel method. (Correct to three places of
**

decimals). 28 + 4 −

= 32,

**(b) Find the first approximate solution
**

2

7.

!

+3

+

= −3 "#

!

+ 3 + 10 = 24, 2 + 17 + 4 = 35.

,

of the equation 4

!

+2

**= 3 , using Newton-Raphson’s method, given that
**

= 2. (Correct to 3 places of decimals).

(a) By dividing the range into ten equal parts, evaluate

+

!

= 30 and

using

[8]

[8]

[8]

**(i) Romberg’s Method rule (ii) Verify your answer with integration.
**

(b) Obtain the vapour pressure of water at 27°C using Newton’s backward interpolation

formula and at 32°C using Newton’s forward interpolation formula from the following :

X(° C):

10

20

30

40

50

Y(mm Hg): 9.21 17.54 31.82 55.32 92.51

Page 1 of 2

[8]

=8 (a) Obtain the cubic spline approximation for the function data given that ′′ = 9 ′′′ + ′! 0 = +2 1 given 1 = 0. subject to u(x. where a is a constant. Method [8] (correct to 4 decimals) + 3 = $%&'# (ℎ"( (b) Solve: = 1 "( = 0 and * = 1 "( * = 1 using [8] Shooting method. 3 + 2 + 4 = 13.u(0.2 = 1.3) given + ! = 0.. (b).2173. (a) Find the value of y(0. = 0. 0 = 1. ==> ? @ ′ ! 0. (correct to 4 decimals) 9. [8] from the following [8] = 0. taking h=-0. ! = 3. = 0.1 = 1. [8] + 2 = 7.1 using R. −0.5 and k=1/8. 4! 5 = −1. (a) Solve ∇! . + ! + 10 over the square mesh with sides = 3 with .t)=1.. (a) Find the extremals of the functional &0 2 0 = 0.t)=0 and [6] ′! [8] u(1. solve the following system of equations. 2 ′′ + 2/! 1= . = 0 on the boundary and mesh length 1 unit. + 12. x -1 0 1 2 y -1 1 3 35 b) Using Thomas algorithm . [9] given that ⇔⇔⇔ Page 2 of 2 .8. 10. + (a) Compute y(0. [10] = .1 = 0. Solve by Rayleigh-Ritz Method: 11.0)=0. 0 = 1 by taking h=0.9053. (b) Using Crank-Nicholson method solve -.1046. = −10 = 0.0 < 0 < 1. (b) Find the extemals of the isoperimetric problem ? @ = ". that 0 = 0. 4 ! 5 = +1.3) using Adams-Bashforth’s predictor and corrector method [7] given that = + ': . 4 + 3 + 2 = 8.K. 0. -/ .

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