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MM QUESTIONBANK INTERPOLATION

1) a) Evaluate i) ∆ )= ) ii) (sin(px+q)) iii) )

b) Apply Newton’s forward interpolation formula, compute the value of √ given that √ =2.236 √ =2.449 √ =2.646 √ =2.828. 2) a)Find log58.75 from the following data x 40 45 50 55 y 1.60206 1.65321 1.69897 1.74036 Using Newton’s backward interpolation formula. 60 1.77815 65 1.81291

b)Using Gauss forward interpolation formula find the value of f(25) from the following data f(20)=24 f(24)=32 f(28)=35 f(32)=40. 3)a)Evaluate i) =∆+∇ ii)∆ iii) ∆ logbx.

b) The following table gives the viscosity of an oil as a function temperature .Use Lagrange’s formula to find the viscosity of oil at a temperature of .

Temp 110 130 160 190 Viscosity 10.8 8.1 5.5 4.8 4)a) From the following data estimate the number of students who obtained the marks between 40 and 45 Marks 30-40 40-50 50-60 60-70 students 31 42 51 35 b) Find the interpolating polynomial f(x) from the table x 0 y 4 5)a) Given the set of values 1 3 4 24 70-80 31

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x 10 15 20 25 30 y 19.97 21.51 22.47 23.52 24.65 Form the difference table and write down the values of

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06 4.17552 0.75 1.17728 0.9691 0.9584 9) Find the first and second derivatives from the data near x=1.05 7.72 1.17907 0.32 4.9781 0.9916 0.95 6.74 1.7 1.17377 0.7651 0.5 using central forward difference formula x 1 1.0 2.82 1.17204 7) Compute the first and second derivatives at x=2.72 3.9857 0. dx taking h=0.b) Interpolate by Gauss backward difference formula the sales of a concern for the year 1976 given that Year Sales(inlakhs) 1940 17 1950 20 1960 27 1970 32 1980 36 1990 38 NUMERICAL DIFFERENTIATION 6) Find x at x=1.04 0.39 10)Find the Maximum and Minimum values of y from the following data x y 0 0 1 1/4 2 0 3 9/4 4 16 5 225/4 NUMERICAL INTEGRATION 11) Evaluate ∫ 12)Evaluate ∫ 13)Evaluate ∫ simpson’s3/8rule.72 1.7473 x 1.78 1.98 2.1 using Simpson’s 1/3 rule.7563 cos(1.7739 0.8 2 y 2.96 y 0. by and using Trapezoidal rule Simpson’s 3/8 rule.7825 8)Find the value of 1.2 1.86 sinx 0.73 1.74) from the following data.76 y 0. dx using (i) Trapezoidal rule (ii) simpson’s1/3 rule (iii) . 2.4 1.03 of the following table x 1.6 1.76 and 1.74 1.02 0.

2 -0. 15)The velocities of a car (running on a straight road)at the intervals of 2 minutes are given below.8 3. b)Fit a least square straight line y=a+bx to the following data x -5 -3 -1 0 1 2 f(x) 0.3 -0.1 17)a)Fit a parabola of the form y=a+bx+c the to following data 4 0.4 x 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 f(x) 2.5 6. Time 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Velocity 0 22 30 27 18 7 0 km/hr Apply simpson’s1/3rule& simpson’s3/8rule to find the Distance covered by the car.7 16.5 29.4 -0.14) Find the area bounded and by the curve y= -x+1 .2.3 And hence find the difference between the actual value of y and its value obtained from the fitted line when x=3.3 5.2 by using (i) Boole’s rule (ii) Weddle’s rule.2 9.1 -0.3 4.4and1 as weights 1 2 3 y 5 12 25 b) Fit the curve of the best fit of the type y=a data x 4 5 44 69 to the following .5 54.4.4 b) Fit a second degree polynomial to the following data by the method of least squares x 1 2 3 4 5 y 10 12 8 10 14 18)a) Fit a weighted least square parabola to the following data by choosing 1.3 0. CURVE FITTING 16)a) Fit a straight line to the following data x 0 1 2 3 4 y 1 1.x-axis between x=0 x=1.4 35.

2 to the following data 10 20 40 60 13 8 5 3 +c to the following data 2.35 a curve of the form y=a to the following data 4 5 33.464 4 7.5 180.000 3.x y 19)a)Fit 0 0.45 2.5 2 0.15 40.15 9.500 2.5 1.000 2.500 b) Fit a model of the form y= a +c to the following data x y 0 3.000 2 5.3 15.10 0.472 .75 x 2 3 y 8.000 5 2.125 5 7.4 80 2 0 1 2 3 4 y 6.000 1 5.000 4.828 3 6.1 65.4 b) Fit a curve of the form y=a x 2 4 7 y 43 25 18 20)a)Fit a model of the form y= a x 6 127.0 1.