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Solved: The data for Exercise 5 were generated using the following functions. Use the

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Problem 7

The data for Exercise 5 were generated using the following functions. Use the error formula to find a bound for the error and compare the bound to the actual error for the cases n 1 and n 2. a. f{x)x\nx b. f(x) = x i + 4.00lx2 + 4.002x + l.m c. f(x) = x cosx 2x2 + 3x 1 d. f(x) = sin(eA - 2)

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