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CS/APR 2009/MAT400/575

FINAL EXAMINATION

COURSE

COURSE CODE

MAT400/575

EXAMINATION

APRIL 2009

TIME

3 HOURS

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES

1.

2.

Answer ALL questions in the Answer Booklet. Start each answer on a new page.

3.

Do not bring any material into the examination room unless permission is given by the

invigilator.

4.

Please check to make sure that this examination pack consists of:

i)

ii)

an Answer Booklet - provided by the Faculty

This examination paper consists of 5 printed pages

Hak Cipta Universiti Teknologi MARA

CONFIDENTIAL

CONFIDENTIAL

CS/APR 2009/MAT400/575

QUESTION 1

a)

i)

(2 marks)

ii)

By using the bisection method, determine the approximate root of f after four

iterations. Give your answer correct to four decimal places.

(6 marks)

iii)

using the bisection method with an accuracy of the order 10 3 .

(2 marks)

b)

i)

Show that the Newton-Raphson iteration formula of calculating the root of the

given function is written as

r

5^

P*+i -

6P* + -J ; , /c=0,1,2,....

kJ

(4 marks)

ii)

approximation of

\^>J

(6 marks)

CONFIDENTIAL

CS/APR 2009/MAT400/575

CONFIDENTIAL

QUESTION 2

Given the following table of data:

/

*,

n*,)

a)

b)

c)

0

1.5

1

1

2.5

2

3.5

3

4.5

10

25

55

i)

order 3 which represents the given data.

(8 marks)

ii)

By using your result in a)i) above, calculate the approximation of f(4.0). Give

your answer correct to four decimal places.

(2 marks)

i)

using the Lagrange interpolating polynomial.

(6 marks)

ii)

By using your result in b)i) above, calculate the approximation of f(4.0). Give

your answer correct to four decimal places.

(2 marks)

(2 marks)

CONFIDENTIAL

CONFIDENTIAL

CS/APR 2009/MAT400/575

QUESTION 3

a)

Find a least squares line to approximate the continuous function y = 2e x_1 - 1 on the

interval [0,2].

(10 marks)

b)

The table below gives the continuous assessment marks and the final-examination

marks for 20 numerical methods students. Obtain the least squares line equation for

the given data.

i

Assignment

Marks/50, x,

Final-examination

Marks/50, y.

Assignment

Marks/50, x}

Final-examination

Marks/50, y,

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

35

45

20

23

28

43

20

35

45

30

45

46

30

36

34

44

30

45

43

34

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

45

27

15

10

15

48

14

33

14

47

48

40

35

29

28

50

12

29

26

35

Hence, use the least squares line obtained to determine the final-examination marks

given the assignment marks are 45 and 20.

(10 marks)

QUESTION 4

A motorist test drives his racing car on a race track for 70 seconds. The speed in m/s of the

car is recorded for every 5-second interval starting from the beginning of the drive. The table

below records the data collected.

/

Time

Speed

a)

0

0

120

1

5

130

2

10

140

3

15

155

4

20

165

5

25

160

6

30

152

7

35

148

8

40

140

9

45

138

10

50

130

11

55

125

12

60

120

13

65

110

i)

(9 marks)

ii)

(9 marks)

b)

(2 marks)

CONFIDENTIAL

14

70

100

CONFIDENTIAL

CS/APR

QUESTION 5

<ty = yx

.~2 with y(0) = 2.0.

Given an initial value problem

dx

a)

i)

(5 marks)

ii)

(5 marks)

iii)

(6 marks)

iv)

(2 marks)

b)

(2 marks)

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