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Show that Heun's method can be expressed in difference form, similar to that of the

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Problem 31

Show that Heun's method can be expressed in difference form, similar to that of the Runge-Kutta method of order four, as wo = a, ki = hfUi, Wi), ki = hf ^ Wi + - f 2h 2 \ ki hf f/, + , Wj + -^2 1 . w/+i = Wi + -{k] + 3^3), for each i =0.1,... , N 1

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Module 2 Section 2.1: Properties of the Trigonometric Functions Recall the six trigonometric functions; y x y sin( )= , cos ( ) , tan( )= r r x csc( )= r , sec( )= r , cot( )= x y x y If we consider the unit circle then in each of these cases, r =1. Section 5.3 in the textbook does a very thorough job covering the topics: domain/range, period, signs, fundamental identities, finding exact values with identities. So we don't think writing anything here would add anything significant to the topics. Please read pages

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Author: Richard L. Burden J. Douglas Faires, Annette M. Burden
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