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i have hw and i need help by check the steps on the file i uploed.its due octoper/23 i need good work please

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2018 Fall Semester ME 349 Engineering Analysis Homework, Part 7 Assigned: 10/16/2018 Due: 10/23/2018 Student__________________________________CWID_____________________________ For every problem, provide  The MATLAB script/function files that solve the problems.  Final answers. Run the prepared script/function file in the MATLAB command window in order to obtain the numerical values of plots. Problem 1: 1. Perform by hand three iterations of the bisection method to find root of the equation: 1.8 25, with the root in the interval , 5,10 . Provide values of the approximation to the roof after every iteration. 2. Perform by hand three iterations of the Newton‐Raphson method to find root of the equation: 3 , 14 20 19 0.5. Provide values of the the with the initial approximation to the root approximation to the root after every iteration. Problem 2: mol 1. Find (by hand) the corresponding equation for the gas enthalpy as a function of temperature 2. For every type of the gas, prepare an individual function (e.g. h_N2(T) ) that calculates the enthalpy of the gas at given temperature. 3. Solve the following problem. a. Consider 2 kg of a gas at the initial temperature 300 K. b. Assume that the gas is heated by adding of ∆ =5000 J of heat. c. Find the new temperature of the gas after heating by solving the following equation ∆ Make the units conversion! Solve the problem for all gases with the Newton‐Raphson method with tolerance 10‐8. Find the number of iteration required for getting the solutions with this tolerance. Use the codes prepared in the class, but modify and use them in the form of function functions, which accept functions like h_N2 as input parameters. Problem 3: Solve problem 1 on page 313 of Gilat’s book with the build‐in function fzero: Problem 4: Solve problem 2 on page 313 of Gilat’s book with the build‐in function fzero: Problem 5: Solve problem 6 on page 313 of Gilat’s book using function fzero for the root finding: ...
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