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    Don't know if any took this exam. I did. Thought it was pretty good.

    Anybody else?
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    Yeah I had it aswell. Dont you mean January the 15th lol

    All was goood except when I got to the last question, which wanted you to draw the graph x = 3 sinx. Dat killed me
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    (Original post by Straightpath)
    Yeah I had it aswell. Dont you mean January the 15th lol

    All was goood except when I got to the last question, which wanted you to draw the graph x = 3 sinx. Dat killed me

    Aye. My graph showing it diverge didn't really work that well. It did diverge but the scale was so messed up.


    Also, please tell me I didn't miss anything out like last time. Was there any questions on newton-raphson/secant/false position?


    Glad somebody else did it. Know anybody else who did it?
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    I did it and thought it was a very nice paper apart from our teacher never touched on cobweb diagrams so couldnt do that bit and now know i made a few calculator errors, hopefully only loose a few for them.
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    (Original post by Tallon)
    Aye. My graph showing it diverge didn't really work that well. It did diverge but the scale was so messed up.


    Also, please tell me I didn't miss anything out like last time. Was there any questions on newton-raphson/secant/false position?


    Glad somebody else did it. Know anybody else who did it?
    Omdz I only found out that to draw x = 3 sinx you just draw y = x , and y = 3 sin x! Wow I'm a real loser :eek:

    Nahh there wasn't any on them, I got the paper with me.

    For question 4ii, when it asked to state 'two important results in numerical methods,' after you prove (k + 1)^2 + (k - 1)^2 - 2k^2 = 2,
    what did you put for that?
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    (Original post by Straightpath)
    Omdz I only found out that to draw x = 3 sinx you just draw y = x , and y = 3 sin x! Wow I'm a real loser :eek:

    Nahh there wasn't any on them, I got the paper with me.

    For question 4ii, when it asked to state 'two important results in numerical methods,' after you prove (k + 1)^2 + (k - 1)^2 - 2k^2 = 2,
    what did you put for that?

    you're a bit out of date talking about this paper, aren't you? :P

    I think I put about rounding errors and subtracting nearly equal numbers.
 
 
 
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