Solution of the equation F(X)=0 using quadratic interpolation-extrapolation
Solution of the equation F(X)=0 using quadratic interpolation-extrapolation
OS
Windows
DEVELOPMENT
Microsoft Visual C++ 2008
LANGUAGE
C++
PRICE
7 USD
Description
The inverse quadratic interpolation-extrapolation method consists in replacing F(X) with a second-degree Lagrange polynomial (the number of samples is m=3). You can get an analytical expression for the approximate value of the root. The convergence of this method is based on the property of the interpolation polynomial to give exact values of X for a given Y at the interpolation node (that is, at point X1). The method can cause the program to hang at a value A close to 0. The program has the value X Equations F(X)=X-sin(X)-0.25, but this equation can be changed to another equation.
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