matlab代写-MACM 316-Assignment 3
MACM 316 - Computing Assignment 3
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From the textbook, Burden and Faires (10th edition):
Part A: (3 marks)
Using Matlab, complete Question 6 in Exercise Set 2.2.  

Part B: (2 marks)
Present a table or a plot of the absolute error  against 
to further illustrate the convergence or divergence of the
iterations in part A.

Part C: (5 marks)
Using your computed results from Part B, estimate the order of
convergence  and the asymptotic error constant  for each
convergent iteration. Explain clearly how you compute each
constant. A table or plot may be useful here as well.

There are several possible ways to compute the constants.
Some methods are better than others, and will be assigned
higher grades.

Continued on page 2.
|pn − p | n
α λ
MACM 316 - Computing Assignment 3

• See Definition 2.7 on page 78 of the text for the definition of 
and  .

• Refer to the Guidelines for Computing Assignments for general
rules, requirements on written communication, information on
the graphical presentation, and the grading scheme.

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