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10-20-2011, 04:21 AM

Question#1 Marks 10

Find the real root of the equation by Bisection method.

Perform three iterations only.

Note: Take any interval in which roots of the equation lie.

Question#2 Marks 10

Use Regula-Fasli method to find the real root of the equation

Correct to four decimal places after three successive approximations in (-2,-1).

Note:All the calculation should be done in the radian mode only.

Question#3 Marks 10

Apply Newton-Raphson method to determine a root of the equation.

Correct to three decimal places using the initial approximation

Only three iterations needed.

Note:All the calculation should be done in the radian mode only.

Question#4 Marks 10

Find the root of the equation by Second Method taking

as two starting values. Do three iterations only.

Find the real root of the equation by Bisection method.

Perform three iterations only.

Note: Take any interval in which roots of the equation lie.

Question#2 Marks 10

Use Regula-Fasli method to find the real root of the equation

Correct to four decimal places after three successive approximations in (-2,-1).

Note:All the calculation should be done in the radian mode only.

Question#3 Marks 10

Apply Newton-Raphson method to determine a root of the equation.

Correct to three decimal places using the initial approximation

Only three iterations needed.

Note:All the calculation should be done in the radian mode only.

Question#4 Marks 10

Find the root of the equation by Second Method taking

as two starting values. Do three iterations only.