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In this test run, we are integrating the function y = J over the interval [0,2]. By elementary calculus, the value of this integral is 4.0. The call riemann ( cube, 0 , 2 , 10 ) approximates this integral using 10 subintervals, obtaining 3.24. The call r iemann ( cube, 0 ,2 , 10 0 > approximates the integral using 100 subintervals, obtaining 3.9204. These sums get closer to their limit 4.0 as n increases. With 10,000 subintervals, the Riemann sum is 3.9992. Note that the only significant difference between this ri emann ( ) function and the sum ( ) f u n c tion in Example 6.15 is that the sum is multiplied by the subinterval width h before being returned.
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Write a function that returns the numerical derivative of a given functionf at a given point x, using a given tolerance h. Use the formula
f,( x ) =f(x+W
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This derivative ( ) function is similar to the sum ( ) function in Example 6.15, except that it implements the formula for the numerical derivative instead. It has three arguments: a pointer to the function5 the x value, and the tolerance h. In this test run, we pass it (pointers to) the cube ( > f u n c tion and the sqr t ( ) function. #include #include ciostream.h> cmath.h> (*) (double), double, double);
double derivative(double double cube(double); main0
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// Returns an approximation to the derivative f'(x): double derivative(double (*pf) (double t), double x, double return ((*pf) (x+h) - (*pf> (x-h) > / U*h) ;
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The derivative of the cube ( ) function x3 is 3x2, and its value at x = 1 is 3, so the numerical derivative should be close to 3.0 for large h. Similarly, the derivative of the sqrt ( ) function 4~ is l/(2&), and its value at x = 1 is l/2, so its numerical derivative should be close to 0.5 for large h.
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Write a function that is passed an array of n pointers to floats and returns a pointer to the maximum of the n floats.
The pointer pmax is used to locate the maximum f 1 oat. It is initialized to have the same value as which points to the first float. Then inside the for loop, the f 1 oat to which p [ i ] points is compared to the float to which pmax points, and pmax is updated to point to the larger f 1 oat when it is detected. So when the loop terminates, pmax points to the largest f 1 oat :
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