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MCA (Revised)
0 6 0 0.4 Term-End Examination
December, 2015

MCSE-004 : NUMERICAL AND STATISTICAL


COMPUTING

Time : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100

Note : Question number 1 is compulsory. Attempt any


three questions from the rest. Use of non-scientific
calculator is allowed.

1. (a) Solve the quadratic equation


4x2 + 8x 21 = 0 using two decimal digit
arithmetic with rounding, using any one of
the following methods :
(i) Regula-Falsi
(ii) Secant
(iii) Bisection 6

(b) Round off the number 4.5126 to 4


significant figures and find the relative
percentage error. 4

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(c) Obtain the positive root of the equation
x2 - 1 = 0 by Newton-Raphson method,
correct to two decimal places. 8

(d) Explain the two pitfalls in the Gauss


Elimination Method. 4

(e) Solve the following system of linear


equations using LU decomposition
method : 6
6x1 2x2 = 14
9x1 x2 + x3 = 21
3x1 + 7x2 + 5x3 = 9.

(f) What is the lowest degree polynomial


which satisfies the following set of values,
using forward difference polynomial ? Also
find the polynomial. 6
x 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
f(x) 0 7 26 63 124 215 342 511

(g) Calculate the value of the integral

1.
5.2
. log x dx by Trapezoidal Rule.
4
Assume h = 0.2.
Compare the numerical solution with the
exact solution.

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2. (a) What do you mean by the terms "Accuracy"
and "Precision" ? How are they related to
significant digits ? 4

(b) Show that the equation x 3 6x 1 = 0 has


a root in the interval I 1, 0[. Obtain this
root using Successive Iteration or Bisection
method. 8

(c) Find the Lagrange interpolating


polynomial of degree 2 approximating the
function y = in x defined by the following
values mentioned in the table. Hence
determine the value of In 2-7. 8

x 2 2-5 3-0

y = In x 0.69315 0.91629 1.09861

3. (a) Solve the initial value problem


u' = 2tu 2 , with u(0) = 1, h = 0.2 on the
interval [0, 1]. Use the fourth order
classical Runge-Kutta method.

(b) Solve the following system of equations


using Gauss elimination with partial
pivoting : 8
2x + y + z = 10
3x + 2y + 3z = 18
x + 4y + 9z = 16

(c) What is the utility of residual plots ? What


is the disadvantage of residual plots ? 4

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4. (a) If a bank receives on an average X = 6 bad
cheques per day, what is the probability
that it will receive 4 bad cheques on any
given day, where X denotes the average
arrival rate per day ?
(b) A hosiery mill wants to estimate how its
monthly costs are related to its monthly
output rate. For that the firm collects data
regarding its cost and output for a sample
of nine months as given by the following
table :

Output Production Cost


(tons) (thousands of dollars)
1 2
2 3
4 4
8 7
6 6
5 5
8 8
9 8
7 6

(i) Draw the scatter diagram for the data.


(ii) Find the regression equation when
the monthly output is the dependent
variable (x) and monthly cost is the
independent variable (y).
(iii) Use this regression line to predict the
firm's monthly cost if they decide to
produce 4 tons per month. 12

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(c) An individual's IQ score has a N(100, 152)
distribution. Find the probability that an
individual's IQ score is between 91 and
121.
n/2
5. (a) Evaluate the integral I = i sin x dx using
0'
two-point Gauss-Legendre formulae.
Compare with the exact solution and the
exact value is I = 1. 8

(b) The following values of the function fXx) for


the values of x are
ft1) = 4, f(2) = 5, f(7) = 5 and fK 8) = 4.
Find the value of f16) and also the value of
x in the interval [1, 8] for which f(x) is
maximum or minimum. 8

(c) Round off the number 4.5126 to four


significant figures and find the relative
percentage error. 4

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MCA (Revised)
Term-End Examination
09603 June, 2015

MCSE-004 : NUMERICAL AND STATISTICAL


COMPUTING

Time : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100

Note : Question number 1 is compulsory. Attempt any


three questions from the rest. Use of calculators is
allowed.

1. (a) Show that a(b c) ab ac, where


a = 0.5555 x 10 1 , b = 0.4545 x 10 1 and
c = 0.4535 x 10 1 .
Use 4-digit precision floating point and
significant digit rounded off. 4

(b) Solve the following linear system of


equations using Gauss Elimination method
with partial pivoting : 6
x1 + x2 + x3 = 3
4x1 + 3x2 + 4x3 = 11
9x1 + 3x2 + 4x3 = 16

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(c) Estimate the missing term in the following
data using forward differences : 6

x: 1 2 3 4 5
f(x) : 3 7 21 31

4
(d) Evaluate the integral f X 2 dx

using Simpson's 1/3 rule with h = 0.5. 4

(e) A filling machine is set to pour 952 ml of oil


into bottles. The amount to fill is normally
distributed with a mean of 952 ml and a
standard deviation of 4 ml. Use the
standard normal table to find the
probability that the bottle contains oil
between 952 and 956 ml. 4

(f) What is the utility of residual plots ? What


is the disadvantage of residual plots ? 4

(g) If it = 314159265, then find out to how


many decimal places the approximate
value of 22/ 7 is accurate.

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(h) Three bags of same type have the following
balls :
Bag 1 : 2 black 1 white
Bag 2 : 1 black 2 white
Bag 3 : 2 black 2 white
One of the bags is selected and one ball is
drawn. It turns out to be white. What is
the probability of drawing a white ball
again, the first one not having been
returned ?

(i) Define Poisson Distribution. 2

2. (a) Find the smallest positive root of the


quadratic equation
x2 8x + 15 = 0,
using Newton-Raphson method.

(b) Find the Lagrange interpolating


polynomial of degree 2 approximating the
function y = in x. Hence determine the
value of In 2.7. Also find the error.

x 2 2.5 3.0

y = in x 0-69315 0.91629 1.09861

(c) What are the sources of errors in numerical


data and processing ? How does error
measure accuracy ? 4
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1

3. (a) Evaluate the integral I = dx


1+x
0
using Gauss-Legendre three-point formula.

(b) Solve the initial value problem u' = 2t u 2


withu(0)=1and.2otheirvl
[0, 1]. Use the fourth order classical
Runge-Kutta method.

(c) Evaluate
6

f
1
{ 2 + sin (2120 dx

using Composite Simpson's rule with


5 points.
4. (a) Calculate the correlation coefficient for the
following heights (in inches) of fathers (X)
and their sons (Y) :
X: 65 66 67 67 68 69 70 72
Y: 67 68 65 68 72 72 69 71
Obtain the equations of lines of regression.
Also estimate the value of X for Y = 70. 10
(b) A manufacturer of cotter pins knows that
5% of his product is defective. If he sells
cotter pins in boxes of 100 and guarantees
that not more than 10 pins will be
defective, what is the approximate
probability that a box will fail to meet the
guaranteed quality ? 10
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5. (a) What do you mean by pseudo-random
number generation ? What is the practical
advantage of the concept of random
number generation ?

(b) For the data given in the table, compute R

and R2, where R denotes S xy xx yy . 10

Sample
12 21 15 1 24
No (i)
Xi 0.96 1.28 1.65 1.84 2.35
Y1 138 160 178 190 210
9i 138
A
e .1 0

Note : 9 i = 90 + 50 Xi and e i = Yi - 9 i ,
A A
for calculating y and e .

(c) If a bank receives on an average X = 6 bad


cheques per day, what is the probability
that it will receive 4 bad cheques on any
given day, where A, denotes the average
arrival rate per day ?

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MCA (Revised)
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1654 December, 2014

MCSE-004 : NUMERICAL AND STATISTICAL


COMPUTING

Time : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100


Note : Question number 1 is compulsory. Attempt any
three questions from the rest. Use of calculator is
allowed.

1. (a) Find the value of 'e', correct to 3 decimal


1
places. e = 1 + 1 + 1
+ + 5
2! 3! 4!
(b) If 0.333 is the approximate value of 1
3 , find
absolute, relative and percentage error.
Explain how these errors measure
accuracy. 5
(c) If a bank receives on an average six bad
cheques per day, then what is the
probability that it will receive four bad
cheques on any given day ? 5
(d) Use the Newton-Raphson method to find a
root of the equation x3 2x 5 = 0. 5
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(e) Find the value of sin(n/6) by using
Lagrange's interpolation, the related data
is given below : 5
x :0 Tr/4 It/2
y = sin(x) 0 0.70711 1.0
f) Find the roots of the equation
e x 5x + 2, by using Secant
f(x) = 2
method. 5
(g) The tangent of the angle between the
lines of regression y on x and x on y is 0.6
1
and a x= ay.Find rxy 5

(h) Evaluate dx

using Composite Trapezoidal rule with


n = 2 and 4. 5
2. (a) Show that the moment generating function
of a random variable X which is chi-square
distributed with v degrees of freedom is
M(t) = (1 v/2 10
(b) An irregular six faced die is thrown and
the expectation that in 10 throws it will
give five even numbers is twice the
expectation that it will give four even
numbers. How many times in 10,000 sets
of 10 throws would you expect it to give no
even number ?
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(c) Write short notes on the following : 4
(i) Acceptance-Rejection method
(ii) Non-Linear Regression

3. (a) Solve by Jacobi's method, the following


system of linear equations : 7
2x1 x2 + x3 = 1
x1 + 2x2 x3 = 6
X1 X2 + 2X3 = 3

n/2

f
(b) Evaluate the integral I = sin x dx using
0
Gauss-Legendre formula. Compare the
results with exact solution obtained by
Simpson rule. The exact value of I = 1. 10
(c) What are the pitfalls of Gauss-Elimination
method ? 3
4. (a) Write short notes on the following
Probability Distributions : 6
(i) Binomial Distribution
(ii) Poisson Distribution
(iii) Normal Distribution
(b) A polynomial passes through the following
set of points :
x 1 2 3 4
y 1 1 1 5
Find the polynomial, using Newton's
forward interpolation. 6
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(c) Prove that x(y z) # xy xz, where
x = 0.5555 El, y = 0.4545 El and
z = 0.4535 El.
(d) Solve the quadratic equation
x2 + 9.9x 1 = 0, using two decimal digit
arithmetic with rounding.
5. (a) Consider the following data and perform
the "Goodness of fit test" over it :

x 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190
y 45 51 54 61 66 70 74 78 85 89
Now comment, whether the data is fitted
well or not. 6

(b) Use Runge-Kutta method to solve the


initial value problem y' = (t y)/2 on
[0, 0.2] with y(0) = 1. Compare the solution
with h= 0.2 and h = 0.1. 8
1
(c) is
Evaluate the integral I = dx by using
1+x
0
Simpson's 1 rule with h = 0.25 (or
3
5 points, viz. 0.0, 0.25, 0.50, 0.75 and 1.00). 6

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MCA (Revised)
Term-End Examination
O June, 2014

MCSE-004 : NUMERICAL AND STATISTICAL


COMPUTING

Time : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100


Note : Question number 1 is compulsory. Attempt any three
questions from the rest. Use of calculators is allowed.

1. (a) Determine the root of the equation 5


2x = cos x + 3 correct to three decimal places.
(b) Solve the following system of equations by 5
using Gauss Elimination method.

2x+ y+ z =10
3x + 2y + 3z = 18
x + 4y + 9z = 16

(c) Using Lagrange interpolation, determine the 5


value of log10 301, from the tabulated data
given below :

X 300 304 305 307


logio X 2.4771 2.4829 2.4843 2.4871

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(d) Ten coins are thrown simultaneously, Find 5
the probability of getting at least seven
heads.
(e) What do you mean by "Goodness to 5
fit test" ? What for the said test is
required ?
(f) Calculate the value of the integral 5
52
J log xd x by using Simpsons 3/8 rule
4
(g) Find the probability that an individual's 5
IQ score is between 91 and 121. Provided,
the individuals IQ score has a Normal
distribution N (100, 152).
(h) Write short note on following : 5
(i) Non Linear Regression
(ii) Acceptance Rejection Method

2. (a) Determine the value of expression 5


X = -fi- + ,/- + -\/ ;
accurate up to 4 significant digits, also find
the absolute and relative errors.
(b) Determine the value of Y using Euler's 5
method, when X ---- 0.1 Given Y(0) =1 and
Y'=X2 +Y.
(c) Find the value of A tan -1 x, where A is the 3
difference operator, with differencing step
size 'h'.
(d) Solve the following system of equations by 7
using LU Decomposition method.
x+y=2 ; 2x+3y=5

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3. (a) Solve the initial value problem given below, 10
By using Runge - Kutta Method.
dy
= y x with y(0) = 2 and h= 0.1
dx
also find y(0.1) and y(0.2) correct to four
decimal places.
(b) Determine the Goodness to fit parameter 'R' 10
for the data given below.
X 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190
Y 45 51 54 61 66 70 74 78 85 89

Analyse the results and comment on


whether the predicted line fits well into the
data or not.

4. (a) Develop the difference table for the data 10


given below and use it to find the first and
tenth term for the given data.

X 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Y 2.7 6.4 12.5 21.6 34.3 51.2 72.9
(b) Find the smallest root of the equation 10
f(x) = x 3 6x 2 + 11x 6 = 0 by using
Newton - Raphson method. Give two
drawbacks of Newton - Raphson method.

5. (a) In a partially destroyed laboratory record 10


of an analysis of correlation data, the
following data are only legible :
(i) Variance of X = 9
(ii) Regression equation :
8X 10Y + 66 = 0
40X 18Y = 214

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Using this legible data determine the
following :
(i) Mean value of X and Y
(ii) Correlation coefficient between
X and Y
(iii) Standard Deviation of Y

(b) Evaluate the integral I by using 5

composite Trapezoidal rule with 2 and 4 sub


intervals.
(c) Find the approximate value of the root of 5
the equation x3 + x 1=0, near x =1. Using
Regula-Falsi method, twice.

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MCA (Revised)

C40
Term-End Examination
December, 2013

MCSE-004 : NUMERICAL AND STATISTICAL


COMPUTING

Time : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100


Note : Question number 1 is compulsory. Attempt any three
from the rest. use of calculator is allowed.

1. (a) Verify the distributive property of floating 5+3


point numbers i.e. prove :
a(b-c) # ab-ac a=.5555E1, b=.4545E1,
c=.4535E1
Define : Truncation error, Absolute Error
and Relative Error.
(b) Find the real root of the equation x=e-x using 4+4
Newton-Raphson Method. List the cases
where Newton's Method fail.
(c) Solve by Gauss-Seidel Method 8
2x1 x2 + x3 = 1
X1 4- 2X2 - X3 = 6
X2 2X3 = - 3
Correct to 3 decimal places.
(d) Let f(x)= ln(1 +x), x0=1 and x1=1.1 use 8
linear interpolation to calculate an
approximate value of f(1.04) and obtain a
bound on the truncation error.

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(e) Conside initial value problem 8
dy
= x + y; y(0) = 1
dx
Find y(0.2) using Runge-Kutta Method of
fourth order. Also compare it with exact
solution y=-(1+x)+2ex to find the error.

2. (a) Find the interval in which the smallest 8


positive root of the following equation lies
using Bisection Method x3 x 4 =0.
(b) Solve the following linear system of 8
equations using Gauss Elimination method.
x1+ x2 + x3 = 3
4x1 + 3x2 + 4x3 = 8
9x1 + 3x2 + 4x3 = 7
(c) Give properties of polynomial equations. 4

3. (a) The table below gives the values of tanx for 8


0.1(Xx0.30
X 0.10 0.15 0.20 0.25 0.30
y= tan x 0.1003 0.1511 0.2027 0.2553 0.3093
Find (i) tan0.12 (ii) tan0.26
(b) Evaluate 8
1 1
= x dx, correct to three decimal
0
places. Using
(i) T rapezoidal and
(ii) Simpson's rule with h = 0.5 and
h = .25
(c) Determine the value of y when x = 0.1 given 4
that y(0) =1 and y1 = x2+ y

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4. (a) A problem in statistics is given to the three 6
students A, B and C whose chances of
13 1
1 and-i- respectively. What
2 ,76-
solving it are
is the probability that the problem will be
solved.
(b) Calculate the correlation coefficiant for the 8
following heights (in inches) of fathers (x)
and their sons (y) :
x : 65 66 67 67 68 69 70
y: 67 68 65 68 72 72 69
(c) Three identical bags have the following 6
proportion of balls .
First bag : 2 black 1 white
Second bag: 1 black 2 white
Third bag : 2 black 2 white
One of the bag is selected and one ball is
drawn. It turns out to be white. What is the
probability of drawing a white ball again.
The first one not been returned ?

6
5. (a) Evaluate f [2 + sin(2,c)] dx using 10

Simpsons rule with 11 points.


(b) Estimate the sale of a particular quantity for 10
1966 using the following table
Year : 1931 1941 1951 1961 1971 1981
Sale in
12 15 20 27 39 52
thousands :

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MCA (Revised)
Term-End Examination 09427
June, 2013

MCSE-004 : NUMERICAL AND STATISTICAL


COMPUTING

Time 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100

Note : Question number 1 is compulsory. Attempt any three


questions from the rest. use of calculator is allowed.

1. (a) Explain briefly what are the sources of 4+4


error ? Verify the associative property for
the floating point numbers. i.e. prove :
(a + b) c # (a c) + b, where a = .5665E1,
b = .5556E 1 and c = .5644E1
(b) Find the root correct to three decimal places 8
using Regula - Falsi method x4 x 10 = 0.
(c) Solve the following system of equations
4x1 + x2 + x3 = 4
+ 4x2 2x3 = 4
3x1 + 2x2 4x3 = 6
By the Gauss Elimination method with
partial pivoting.

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(d) Find the unique polynomial P(x) of degree 8
2 or less such that
P(1)=1, P(3) =27, P(4)=64
Using Lagrange interpolation formula.
(e) Calculate the value of the integral 8

5.2
log x dx
4

by
(i) Trapezoidal rule

1
(ii) Simpson's rule
3

2. (a) Find all the roots of cosx x2 x = 0 to five 8


decimal places.
(b) Solve the following system of equations 8
x+yz=0
x+3y=2
x 2z = 3
By Gauss - Seidel method. Write its matrix
form.
(c) Write the pitfalls in the Gauss Elimination 4
Method.

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of which
(a) In the table below the values the
of y are
consecutive terms of a series
3. number 21.6 is the 0-11 term. "find the First
f the series.
and tenth terms o

5
A 2 1,15ii-vg,weacker
ax
l x-
(b) -Evaluate the integra 1
-= 0.5 7
rule with h - ..- 2
- V x Where '9(0) -
a:9 =--
c.) Given ax ancl y(0.2) correct to four decimal
ind '9(0)
places using Runge-Kutta Second Order
S
Method .
An experiment consist of three independent tosses

of a fair C0111. - the no. of heads


(a) Let x ------ the no. of head Tuns
ii -,------
-
the length of head runs
a head Z run being defined as consecutive

occurance of at least two heads, its length


then being, the number of heads occuring
togetlAer in three tosses of the coin. Find the
ction of
probability fun
0-I) .9,
0 %, (1\1) % k
(iii) Z
3
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(b) In partially destroyed lab record of an 8
analysis of correlation data, the following
results only are legible :

Variance of x = 9

Regression Equations

8x 10y + 66 = 0

40x 18y = 214

What are :

(i) The mean values of x and y

(ii) The correlation coefficient between


x and y.

(iii) The standard deviation of y ?

(c) A bag contains 6 white and 9 black balls 4


.Four balls are drawn at a time. Find the
probability for the first draw to give 4 white
and the second to give 4 black balls in each
of the following cases :

(i) The balls are replaced before the


second draw.

(ii) The balls are not replaced before the


second draw.

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5. (a) Solve the initial value problem to compute 10
approximation for y(0.1), y(0.2) using
Euler's material with h = 0.1

dy
_ 2y = 3e-4t , y(0) = 1
dt +

Compare with exact solution

5e-2t - 3e-4t
y(t)
2

1 A
r x
u
(b) Evaluate the integral J x using 10

(i) Composite trapezoidal rule


(ii) Composite simpson's rule with 2, 4
and 8 equal subintervals.

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MCSE-004 : NUMERICAL AND STATISTICAL


COMPUTING

Time : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100

Note : Question number 1 is compulsory. Attempt any three


questions from the rest. Use of calculator is allowed.

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1. (a) If Tr = is approximated as 3.14, find the 3
7
absolute error, relative error and relative
percentage error.
(b) Determine the real root of the equation 6
x3 x2 2=0, correct to one decimal place,
using Regula-Falsi method.
(c) Solve the following system of equations by 6
Jacobi iteration method.

8x 3y + 2z =20
4x +11y z =33
(Perform three iterations) 6x + 3y +12z = 35

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1-1+Af (x)
(d) Prove that A { log f (x) } = log
[ f (x) 3

(e) Determine the polynomial in x, by using 6


Lagrange's interpolation, from the following
data.

x 0 1 3 5 6 9
y= f (x ) -18 0 0 -248 0 13104

5
(f) Find the value of logic) x dx, taking B 6

subintervals correct to four decimal places


by Trapezoidal rule.

(g) The length of metallic strips produced by a 6


machine has mean 100 cm and variance
2.25 cm. Only strips with weight between
98 and 103 cm are acceptable. What
proportion of strips will be acceptable ? You
may assume that the length of a strip has a
Normal Distribution.

(h) What do you mean by term "Random 4


Variable", classify them ? How you analyse
which probability distribution is applicable
on which type of random variable ?

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2. (a) Verify that propagated error in addition is 3
given by

x y
ex+y =r x xy +ry
x+y

where rx and r are relative error.


(b) The quadric equation x4 4x2 + 4 = 0 has a 6
double root. Starting with xo =1.5 compute
two iterations by Newton Raphson method.
(c) Solve the linear system of equations 8
10 X1 X2 4- 2X3 6
+ 11X2 X3 3X4 = 25
2X1 X2 10X3 X4 = 11
3X2 X3 +8X4 = 15
by Gauss Seidel method rounded to four
decimal places.
(d) Let a = 0.41, b = 0.36 and c = 0.70 prove

(ab) # b
#
c c c

3. (a) Find Newton's Backward Difference form


of interpolating polynomial for the data :

x : 4 6 8 10
f (x ) : 19 40 79 142

Hence interpolate f (9).

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52
x dx 6
(b) Calculate the value of integral J log
4

by using
(i) Trapezoidal Rule (ii) Weddle's Rule
(c) Solve the Intermediate Value Problem 8
(IVP) Y' = 2Y + 3e t ; Y(0) = 0 by using
Classical Runge - Kutta method of 0 (h 4).
Find Y (0.1), Y (0.2), Y (0.3) using h= 0.1.

4. (a) 1000 light bulbs with a mean life of 120 days 8


are installed in a new factory and their
length of life is normally distributed with
standard deviation of 20 days.
(i) How many bulbs will expire in less
than 90 days ?
(ii) If it is decided to replace all the bulbs
together, what interval should be
allowed between replacements if not
more than 10% should expire before
replacement ?
(b) In partially destroyed laboratory record of 12
an analysis of correlation data, the
following results are legible
Variance of X = 9
Regression Equations : 8X-10Y +66=0
40X 18Y 214 = 0

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What are :
(i) the mean values of X and Y
(ii) the correlation coefficient between
X and Y
(iii) standard deviation of Y.

5. (a) What do you mean by the term "Accuracy" 4


and "Precision", how they are related to
significant digits ?

1
Ax
(b) Evaluate 5 using 8
0 1+x

(i) Composite Trapezoidal rule


(ii) Composite Simpson rule with 2 and 4
subintervals.
(c) Fit a straight line to the following data 8
regarding x as the independent variable :

x: 0 1 2 3 4
y: 1.0 1.8 3.3 4.5 6.3

Hence find the difference between the actual


value of y and the value of y obtained from
the fitted curve when x =3.

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MCA (Revised)
Term-End Examination 07337
June, 2012

MCSE-004 : NUMERICAL AND STATISTICAL


COMPUTING

Time : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100


Note : Question No. 1 is compulsory. Attempt any three
questions from the rest. Use of calculator is allowed.

1. (a) If 0.333 is the approximate value of 1/3, find 3


absolute, relative and percentage error.
(b) Determine the number of iterations required 5
to obtain the smallest positive root of
x3 - 2x - 5 = 0 correct upto two decimal
places.
(c) Solve x + 2y + z = 3 5
2x + 3y + 3z = 10
3x - y + 2z = 13
by Gauss Elimination Method.
(d) Find the value of Atan-lx, the interval of 2
differencing being h.

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(e) A table of x Vs. f (x) is given below. Find 5
the value of f (x) at x = 4, use Lagrange
Interpolation formula.
x 3 6
f (x )-) 0.25 2 20
0.6

(f) Find the value of J ez dx, taking n=6, 5


0
correct to five significant figures using
Simpson's Y3 rule
(g) An individual's IQ score has a Normal 5
distribution N (100, 152). Find the
probability that an individual IQ score is
between 91 and 121.
(h) Following data is given for marks in subject 7
A and B of a certain examination.
Subject A Subject B
Mean Marks 36 85
Standard Deviation 11 8
Coefficient of correlation between
A and B = 0.66
(i) Determine the two equations of
regression.
(ii) Calculate the expected marks in A
corresponding to 75 marks obtained
in B.
(i) Write the probability distribution formula 3
for Binomial distribution, Poisson
distribution and Normal distribution.

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2. (a) Find an approximate value of the root of the 5
equation x3 + x 1=0, near x=1. Using the
method of Regula-Falsi, twice.
(b) Solve following system of equations by using 6
Gauss - seidel iteration method, perform two
iterations
8x 3y + 2z = 20
6x + 3y + 12z = 35
4x + lly z = 33
(c) Solve the following system of equations by 6
using LU decomposition method
x+y=2 ; 2x+3y=5
(d) For x = 0.5555 El ; y =0.4545 El and 3
z = 0.4535 El, prove that x (y z) # xy xz

3. (a) A polynomial passes through the points 5


(1, 1), (2, 1), (3, 1) and (4, 5). Find the
polynomial using Newton's forward
interpolation formula.
(b) Calculate the value of the integral 5
52
f log x dx.
4
by using : (i) Simpson's 3 rule
(ii) Simpson's Y3 rule
(c) Using Runge Kutta method find y (0.2) for 10
d y yx
the equation dx yx ; y(0)=1. Take
h = 0.2.

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4, (a) The tangent of the angle between the lines 5
of regression y on x and x on y is 0.6 and
1
crx = 2.ay. Find r
(b) Compute R and R2 for the data given below : 5
Sample Size (i) 12 21 15 1 24
xi 0.96 1.28 1.65 1.84 2.35
yi 138 160 178 190 210
A
y1 138
A
ei 0
regression equation y = 90 + 50x is used to

fill the table where eA = yi yAi .


(c) If a bank receives on an average A =6 bad 5
cheques per day. What is the probability
that it will receive 4 bad cheques on any
given day ?
(d) What do you mean by term "Goodness to 5
fit test" ? What for the said test is required?

5. (a) Solve the following system of equations by 7


Jacobi Method, determine the results for
three approximations.
3x+4y+15z=54.8
x + 12y + 3z =39.66
10x +y 2z = 7.74

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1
dx
(b) Evaluate the integral I=0 1+x by using 8

composite trapezoidal rule with 2 and 4


subintervals.
(c) A book contains 100 misprints distributed 5
randomly throughout its 100 pages. What
is the probability that a page observed at
random contains atleast two misprints.

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MCA (Revised)
C\1
oo Term-End Examination
December, 2011

MCSE-004 : NUMERICAL AND STATISTICAL


COMPUTING

Time : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100

Note : Question No. 1 is compulsory. Attempt any three from


the rest. Use of calculator is allowed.

1. (a) Define Error. 2+6

Solve the quadratic equation


x2 + 9.9x 1= 0 using two decimal digit
arithmetic with rounding.

(b) Use Bisection Method to find a root of the 8


equation x3 4x 9=0. Go upto 5 iteration
only.

(c) Solve the equations : 8

2x+3y+z =9

x+2y+3z =6
3x+y+2z=8
by LU decomposition Method.


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(d) From the following table. Find the value of 8
e1.17,
using backward interpolation formula.
X 1.00 1.05 1.10 1.15 1.20
ex 2.7183 2.8577 3.0042 3.1582 3.3201

(e) Evaluate the integral ( x2+x+2) dx using 8


0
Trapezoidal rule with h = 1.0

2. (a) Find a real root of the equation 10


x3 +x2 -1 =0
on the interval [0,1] using successive
iteration method, upto three iterations only.
(b) Use Gauss Elimination to solve the system 10
of equations.
10x1 7x2 = 7
3x1 + 2.099x2 + 6x3 = 3.901
5x1 x2 + 5x3 = 6
upto 3 iterations only.

3. (a) Use Runge - Kutta method to solve the initial 10


value problem.
= (t y)/2 on [0,0.2] with y(0) =1.
Compare the solutions with h = 0.2 and 0.1.

P/2
(b) Evaluate the integral I= J0 sin x dx 10

Using the Gauss-Legendre formulas.


Compare with the exact solution (the exact
value is I = 1).

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4. (a) Find the Lagrange interpolating polynomial 10
of degree 2 approximating the function
y =ln x defined by the following table of
values. Hence determine the value of In 2.7.
X 2 2.5 3.0
y = In x 0.69315 0.91629 1.09861
Also estimate the error in the value of y.

J
6
(b) [2+sin(2 rx)] dx 10

Evaluate the above integral using


trapezoidal rule with 5 points.
5. (a) A manufacturer of cotter pins knows that 8
5% of his product is defective. If he sells
cotter pins in boxes of 100 and guarantees
that not more than 10 pins will be defective.
What is the approximate probability that a
box will fail to meet the guaranteed
quality ?
(b) Find the most likely price in Bombay 8
corresponding to the price of Rs. 70 at
Calcutta from the following :
Calcutta Bombay
Average price 65 67
Standard 2.5 3.5
Deviation
Correlation coefficient between the prices
of commodities in the two cities is 0.8.
(c) Show that the moment generating function 4
of a random variable x which is chi - square
distributed with v degrees of freedom is
M(t) = (1 2t) V / 2.

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MCA (Revised)
Term-End Examination
June, 2016
-.5.4 6
MCSE-004 : NUMERICAL AND STATISTICAL
COMPUTING

Time : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100

Note : Question no. 1 is compulsory. Attempt any three


questions from the rest. Use of calculator is
allowed.

2.
1. (a) If x= approximated as 3.14, find the
7
absolute error, relative error and relative
percentage error. 3

(b) Solve the following system of equations by


Jacobi iteration method :
8x - 3y + 2z = 20
4x + 1 ly - z = 33
6x + 3y + 12z = 35
(Perform three iterations)

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(c) Find the real root of the equation x = e-x,
using Newton-Raphson method. List the
cases where Newton's method fails. 4+2

(d) Determine the polynomial in x that best


fits as approximation of y by using
Lagrange's interpolation, from the
following data : 6

x 0 1 3 5 6 9
Y = gx) -18 0 0 -248 0 13104

(e) Find the value of log10 x dx, taking 8

sub-intervals, correct to four decimal


places, by Trapezoidal rule. 6

(f) In the table below the values of y are


consecutive terms of a series of which the
number 21.6 is the 6th term. Find the first
and the tenth term of the series. 8

x 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Y 2.7 6.4 12.5 21.6 34.3 51.2 72.9
4
(g) Evaluate the integral is x2dx using
1
Weddle's rule with h = 0.5. 5

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2. (a) Find Newton's Backward Difference from
the interpolating polynomial for the
following data :

x 4 6 8 10
f(x) 19 40 79 142
Hence using the polynomial interpolate
f(9). 6
1
Evaluate dx
(b) using
1+x
0
(i) Composite Trapezoidal rule,
(ii) Composite Simpson rule with 2 and 4
subintervals. 8
(c) The table below gives the value of tan x for
0.10 x 0.30 :

x 0-10 0-15 0.20 0.25 0.30


y = tan x 0.1003 0.1511 0.2027 0.2553 0.3093

Find (i) tan 0.12, and (ii) tan 0-26. 6

3. (a) A problem in statistics is given to the three


students A, B and C, whose chances of
3 1
solving it are 2 and respectively.
1,4 4
What is the probability that the problem
will be solved ? 6

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(b) A farmer buys a quantity of cabbage seeds
from a company that claims that
approximately 90% of the seeds will
germinate, if planted properly. If four seeds
are planted, what is the probability that
exactly two will germinate ?
(c) Calculate the correlation coefficient for the
following heights (in inches) of fathers (x)
and their sons (y) : 8

x: 65 66 67 67 68 69 70
y: 67 68 65 68 72 72 69

4. (a) 1000 light bulbs with mean life of 120 days


are installed in a new factory and their
length of life is normally distributed with
the standard deviation of 20 days.
(i) How many bulbs will expire in less
than 90 days ?
(ii) If it is decided to replace all the bulbs
together, what interval should be
allowed between replacements, if not
more than 10% should expire before
replacement ? 8
(b) In a partially destroyed laboratory, the
record of an analysis of correlation data,
the following results are legible :
Variance of X = 9
Regression equations :
8X - 10Y + 66 = 0
40X - 18Y - 214 = 0
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Find : 12
(i) The mean values of X and Y
(ii) The correlation coefficient between
X and Y
(iii) Standard deviation of Y

5. ven
(a)Given y = y - x, where y(0) = 2.
dx
Find y(0.1) and y(0.2), correct to four
decimal places, using Runge-Kutta Second
Order method. 8

(b) Write the pitfalls in the Gauss elimination


method. 2

(c) Solve the initial value problem to compute


approximation for y(0.1) and y(0.2), using
Euler's method with h = 0.1,
dy = 3e-4t, y(0) =1. Compare with
dt 2y
5e-2t 3e-4t
exact solution y(t) - 10
2

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