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# Numerical Methods

TKM 1561

## Skriptyan N.H. Syuhri

References

Topics
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Introduction
Roots of Equations
Linear Algebraic
Optimization
Curve Fitting
Numerical Integration and
Differentiations
7. ODE
8. PDE

1. Introduction
A simple mathematical model
A mathematical model can be
or equation that expresses the
essential features of a physical
system
or
process
in
mathematical terms.

Analytical
Solution

## here does it come from?

oes anybody here remember in Calculus?

## Newtons second law

approximation

Numerical Method
Lets see the results via matlab

be highlighted

## How if there is sufficient both inaccuracy and imprecision?

Thats why the term of ERROR is introduced here

Error definitions

until

where

## It can be shown (Scarborough, 1966) that if the following criterion is met, we

can be assured that the result is correct to at least n significant figures.

Example

1st Assignment
1.You might choose to model the upward force on
the parachutist as a second order relationship,

## where c = a second-order drag coefficient (kg/m). Determine

(a) Exact/Analytical Solution
(b)Numerical Solution
t
The parameters are given as follows,
massa (m) = 50+the last two numbers of your NIM
gravity acc (g) = 10 kg.m/s2
c = 0,(the last three numbers of your NIM)

## Example: NIM 081910101060 m = 50+60 = 110 kg ; c = 0,060 kg/m

1st Assignment
2. Evaluate e-5 using
For Class B
For Class A
and compare with the true value of 0.006737946999085.
Use 10 terms to evaluate each series and compute t and
The
a.
assignment must be sent by email no later than
September 18, 2016. Write it in the MS Excel 2007 and
save with .xlsx format.
Send to skriptyan.syuhri@unej.ac.id.
Fill the subject with Metnum (Class)_First Name_NIM

## Analytical Solution in 1st Assignment

2. Roots of Equation
Motivation

How if

## 2.1.1 Graphical Methods

Some explanations

Some explanations

Another Example

a.
b.
c.
d.

Graphically
Bisection
False-Position

Convergence

Convergence

Falsi