Numerical Analysis 2015 – BSc Computer Science Part 2 (MJPRU)

Paper code: 13512
B.Sc. (Computer Science) (Part 2)
Examination, 2015
Paper No. 1.3

Time: Three Hours] [Maximum Marks: 50

Note: Attempt five questions. All questions carry equal marks. Symbols are as usual use of calculator is allowed.

1. (a) Find:

 \Delta ^{2} \begin{pmatrix}\frac{5x+12}{x^{2}+5x+6}\end{pmatrix}

(b) Find the relation between may be expressible in one terms in the factorial notation.

2. (a) Show that:

 \Delta x^{m}-\frac{1}{2}\Delta ^{2}x^{m}+\frac{1.3}{2.4}\Delta ^{3}x^{m}-\frac{1.3.5}{2.4.6}\Delta^{4}x^{m}+.......... to m-terms = \begin{pmatrix}x+\frac{1}{2}\end{pmatrix}^{m}-\begin{pmatrix}x-\frac{1}{2}\end{pmatrix}^{m}

(b) Given:

 \sin 45^{\circ}=0.7071, \sin 50^{\circ}=0.7660,
 \sin 55^{\circ}=0.8192, \sin 60^{\circ}=0.8660,

Find \sin 55^{\circ} by using any method of interpolation.

3. (a) Show that the n^{th} divided difference can be expressed as the quotient of two determinants each of order n+1.

(b) By means of Lagrange’s formula, prove that:

 y_{1} = y_{3}-0.3 \begin{pmatrix}y_{5}-y_{-3}\end{pmatrix} +0.2\begin{pmatrix}y_{-3}-y_{-5}\end{pmatrix}


4. (a) Solve the following system of equations by Jacobi’s method:




(b) Solve the system:




By Gauss’ elimination method.

5. (a) Solve the following system by Gauss-Seidel iteration method:




(b) What do you know about Cote’s formula for interpolation?

6. (a) Evaluate the value of the integral:

By using

  1. Simpson’s 3/8 rule
  2. Weddle’s rule

(b) If U_{x}=a+bx+cx^{2}, prove that:

 \intop\nolimits_{1}^{3}U_{x}dx=2U_{2}+\frac{1}{12} \begin{pmatrix}U_{0}-2U_{2}+U_{4}\end{pmatrix}

And hence find an approximate value for:


7. (a) Obtain the Newton-Rapson extended formula:

x_{1}=x{0}-\frac{f\left ( x_{0} \right )}{f\left (x_{0} \right )}-\frac{1}{2}\frac{\left \{ f\left ( x_{0} \right ) \right \}^{2}f''\left ( x_{0} \right )}{\left \{ f\left ( x_{0} \right ) \right \}^{3}}

For the root of the equation.

(b) Compute the real root of x{\log_{10}}x-1.2=0 correct to five decimal places by Regula-Falsi method.

8. (a) Show that the rate of convergence of Newton’s method is quadratic.

(b) Solve the equation \log_{e}x=\cos x to five decimal by nay suitable method.

9. Solve y^{n}=\left(x^{2}+y^{2} \right )\left(1+y^{2} \right ) for using Runge-Kutta method. If x=0, y=1, y'=0.

10. State and prove Newton’s Interpolation formula for unequal arguments.


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