ECIV 301 Programming & Graphics Numerical Methods for Engineers Lecture 9 Roots of Equations Open Methods.

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ECIV 301 Programming & Graphics Numerical Methods for Engineers Lecture 9 Roots of Equations Open Methods

Last Time The Problem Define Function c must satisfy c is the ROOT of the equation

Last Time Classification Methods BracketingOpen Graphical Bisection Method False Position Fixed Point Iteration Newton-Raphson Secand

Last Time Bisection Method Repeat until convergence xlxl xuxu x r =0.5(x l +x u )

Last Time False Position Method f(x l ) f(x u ) xlxl xuxu xrxr

Newton Raphson X g(x) Initial Guess New Guess New Guess g’(x i )

Last Time Bisection Method Check Convergence Root = If Error

Objectives OPEN Methods –Fixed Point Iteration –Newton Raphson –Secant

Secant Method X g’(x) xixi x i-1 g(x i ) g(x i-1 )

Secant Method Newton Raphson Backward Divided Difference Secant

Secant Method X g(x) New Guess New Guess ~g’(x i ) Initial Guesses

Secant It converges very fast!! (when it does) Slower than Newton Raphson Two Initial Guesses required May not bracket the root

Modified Secant Fractional perturbation  x i

Modified Secant Method Newton Raphson Fractional Perturbation Modified Secant

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