### Numerical Analysis - Approximation Theory : Discrete Least Squares

I need solutions for following questions 1, 2, 5, 8 and 13. Problems start on p 490. See attached file for full problem description.

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I need solutions for following questions 1, 2, 5, 8 and 13. Problems start on p 490. See attached file for full problem description.

Express z = (r^2) cos(2(O)theta) in rectangular coordinates.

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Please solve using separation of variables method. A certain chemical is converted into another chemical by a chemical reaction. The rate at which the first chemical is converted is proportional to the amount of this chemical present at any instant. Ten percent of the original amount of the first chemical has been convert

Fixed Point iteration method. Use a fixed-point iteration method to find an approximation to that is accurate within 10-4 See attached file for full problem description.

Examine the eigenvalue equation below and then break the domain into four different regions (like a>0) and b=0 is one such domain. Describe the behavior of the equation in each domain.... Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems. keywords: differential equations, trace, node

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(See attached file for full problem description with equations) --- There is a function f of the form for which and . Determine and , and assess the sensitivity of these parameters to slight changes in the values of f at the two indicated points. ---

Given that: dMN/dt = P¬oert - pMN + m(MS - MN) dMS/dt = m(MN - MS) - pMS¬ MN¬ (0) = MS (0) = 0 And using: M¬N + MS = [Po/(r + p)](ert - e-pt) Show that MS(t) = And show that R = MN(t) / MS(t) = Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems.

Hello. Thanks for help! I will use * to indicate a partial derivative. For example, u*x denotes the partial derivative of u with respect to x. This is the probelm: Use Riemann's method to solve the Cauchy problem: u*xx + 4u*xy +3u*yy = 1, u=1 and u*n = square root of 5 times x, on the intial curve y=2x. If this

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Please solve the initial value problem. See attached file.

Consider the natural cubic spline function s(x) interpolation the following data... Please see attached for full question.

Please help with the following problems involving numerical analysis. (a) Find all the separated solutions of the attached heat equation (satisfying the attached boundary condition) (b) Use these separated solutions to write a series solution for the initial value problem posed by the attached pde and the attached boundar

Please see the attached file for full problem description.

Suppose that a culture of bacteria has initial population of n=100. If the population doubles every three days, determine the number of bacteria present after 30 days. How much time is required for the population to reach 4250 in number

Consider a dipole of strength D, oriented along the x-axis and located at the point x =E/2 , y = 0, z = 0, and a dipole of strength -D, oriented along the x-axis at the point x = - , y = 0, z = 0. Write the expression for the potential for these two dipoles. Take the limit as , and show that the limiting potential is given

A)Solve the Helmholtz equation when u is a function of r only in 2-D. b)Solve the Helmholtz equation when u is a function of r only in 3-D. (see attachment for full question)

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Write each of these ODEs in Sturm-Liouville form, and identify the weight function that would be used in defining an appropriate inner product {see attachment for ODEs}

4. Consider the initial value problem (IVP): y'(t) = 3+t+y y(0)=1 a) Approximate y(1) using Euler's method and step sizes of 0.2. Perform these calculations by hand. What is the exact value of y(1)? b) Use the computer (e.g. ODE Architect, ODE Toolkit, or your own program) to approximate y(1) using step sizes of 0.1, 0.05,

Please solve for the following: Find a particular solution to y'' + 5y' +4y = -13te^(3t) Show all work.

Find solution of y'' + 8y' = 896sin(8t) + 640cos(8t) with y(0)= 4 and y'(0)=9

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Q Using the bisection method, find the positive root of 2x(1 + x^2)^-1 = arctan x. Using this root as x0; apply Newton's method to the function f(x) = arctan x: Interpret the results you obtain.

Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems. Show that Z(x, y) = ln(sin y/sin x) is a solution to the minimal surface equation. (1 + Z)Z1 + 2ZXZZX + (1 + Z)Z = 0, in the region 0 < x < ir, 0 < y < pi. What happens on the boundary of this region? Suppose we consider a constant multiple of Z(x, y) ? is i

PDE- SEND ANSWER AS ATTACHMENT What happens on the boundary of the region? Suppose we consider a constant multiple of Z(x, y). Is it still a solution of the PDE? See attachment for question and details

Y'' + 2y' + y = 0 y(0)=1 y'(0)=-3

(lap) means the Laplacian Vrr means the second derivative of V with respect to r V(theta theta) means the second derivative of V with respect to theta Solve: (lap)V(r,theta)= Vrr+(1/r)Vr+(1/r^2)V(theta theta)=0 0 < r < 1, -(pi) < theta < pi V(1,theta) = {1, -(pi/2) < theta < (pi/2) {0, elsewhere Ple

Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems. Solve an IVP ODE using the method of variation of parameters Find the solution of the system X' using the method of variation of parameters 2 0 0 cos(t) X' = -1 0 -1 X + sin(t) 1 1 2 e^-t that satisfies the int