Answer to Question #229339 in Electrical Engineering for Alock kumar

Question #229339

Evaluate f(N)=3√N, N=72, to five decimal places by Newton-Raphson iterative method.


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Expert's answer
2021-08-26T01:04:03-0400

Newton-Raphson method is given as:

X_{n+1} = X_n - \frac{f(X_n)}{f(X_n)'}

Therefore,

f(x) = x^3 - 72 will give x = 72^{\frac{1}{3}}


Hence,

X_{n+1} = X_n - \frac{ X_n^3 - 72}{3X_n^2}


The above equation has been implemented in MATLAB and the code is given below. The output is show in the attached figure,



close all,
clear all,
clc,

e = 0.00001;
Xn = 0.5;
error = Xn;
r=0;
N=72;
fprintf('\n\tInitial Guess = X0 = %.5f',Xn);
fprintf('\n\tAccuracy = %.5f',e);
while(error>e)
    Xn_1 = Xn - (((Xn*Xn*Xn) - N)/(3*Xn*Xn));
    error = abs(Xn - Xn_1);
    fprintf('\n\tX%d = %.5f\tX%d = %.5f\tError = %.5f',r,Xn,r+1,Xn_1,error);
    Xn = Xn_1;
    r=r+1;
end
fprintf('\n\n\tFinal Value (%d)^(1/3) = %.5f\n\n',N,Xn);

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