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The boundary-value problem y" =/+ 2y-fcosx, 0 < x < |, y(0) =-0.3, y(|) = -0.1, hasthe

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The boundary-value problem y" =/+ 2y-fcosx, 0 < x < |, y(0) =-0.3, y(|) = -0.1, hasthe solution y(x) = ^(sin x+3 cosx). Use the Linear Finite-Difference method to approximate the solution, and compare the results to the actual solution, a. With/? = b. With/? = |. c. Use extrapolation to approximate y(w/4)

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