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Ronald J. Harshbarger + 1 other
ISBN: 9781305108042
Textbook Problem

# For each interval [a, b] and value of n given in Problems 1-6, find h and the values of x 0 , x 1 … x n . [ − 1 , 2 ] n = 6

To determine

To calculate: The value of h and the values of x0,x1xn for the given interval [1,2] and given value of n=6.

Explanation

Given information:

The interval is [1,2] and value of n=6.

Formula used:

For each interval [a,b] and interval n the h can be calculated as;

h=ban

And,

xn=a+nh

Calculation:

The interval is [1,2] and value of n=6.

And,

a=1b=2

For each interval [a,b] and interval n the h can be calculated as;

h=ban

By using the above formula,

h=2(1)6=36=12

For x0 substitute n=0 in the function xn=a+nh,

x0=1+012=1

For x1 substitute n=1 in the function xn=a+nh,

x1=1+112=12

For x2 substitute n=2 in the function x

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