# Thread: Mth603 assignment no 1 spring 2011 April due date 15-04-2011

1. ## Mth603 assignment no 1 spring 2011 April due date 15-04-2011

Assignment # 1

MTH603 (Spring 2011)

Total marks: 10
Lecture # 1-08
Due date: 15-4-2011

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Question#1 Marks 10

Use the method of iterations to determine the real root of the equation
in the interval [0, 1], correct to four decimal places after four
Iterations.

Question#2 Marks 10

Use Regula-Fasli method to compute the root of the equation
In the interval [0, 1] after third iteration.

Question#3 Marks 10

Find the real root of the equation using Newton-Raphson method in the interval [2,3] after third iteration.