- Fixed point iteration video.
- Solved example-1 using fixed-point iteration.
- How to get x1 value by fixed-point iteration?
- How to get x2 value by fixed-point iteration?
- How to get x3 value by fixed-point iteration?
- The table indicates the different values based on the fixed-point iteration.
- Solved example-2 using fixed-point iteration.
Fixed point iteration.
The objective of our lecture is to understand the following points, what is the meaning of fixed-point iteration? What is the linear approximation newton method of root finding? We get x1, using fixed-point iteration, if we plug in x1 again we get X 2.
We substitute we get X 3, so we will repeat the process until the result of X obtained is the same for successive steps.
Fixed point iteration video.
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All these methods are accompanied by solved problems. If we start x0, then we get an expression for X1. We substitute our first choice of the value of x.
Normally we write the function as Y is an f(x), but if we want to get an expression for x. We can put x on the left-hand side and readjust our equation by getting an expression f(x)=0, to be arranged as follows.
We put X on the left-hand side so it will become in the expression = g(x). The new form will be xi=g(x). We can get a value to x starting by X =a
Solved example-1 using fixed-point iteration.
Solve numerically the following equation X^3+5x=20. Give the answer to 3 decimal places.
Start with X0 = 2. sometimes in the example, the author is giving us a starting point then we are rearranging the equation to become as follows:
1-We choose to let X ^3 on the left-hand side, so we are sending 5x with a negative sign.
2- The equation will become x^3=20-5x, then for the X value, we take the third root of the equation. So X is the 3rd root of (20-5*x) we call it g(x).
How to get x1 value by fixed-point iteration?
3- Our starting value of x we call it x0=2, this is a value that he has given us and substitute in the equation, then we get a value of x1=2.154, the calculation can be viewed from the next equation.
How to get x2 value by fixed-point iteration?
For the next point, we call it x2.
4-If we plug that value here we get X2 then if we substitute the X 2 value will become the third root of (20 -10.77) =2.098.
How to get x3 value by fixed-point iteration?
5- Again we put the value of 2.098 in the expression of g(x), x3=we get, X3 which is 2.119, and use the value of X3. We substitute we get X4 the value is 2.111.
We proceed the same with x4, we plug it here. We get X5 and X6 and X7 and X8. After 7 iterations, the right-hand side is close to a value of 20 for x7=2.113.
The table indicates the different values based on the fixed-point iteration.
These are two graphs the upper one shows the f(x) function and its intersection with the x-axis. The root is between 2.1 and 2.11 for the function X^3+5x=20.
Using the fixed point iteration created a new function which is called g(x), the graph is shown. The intersection of g(x) with the function y=x, will give the root value, which is x7=2.113
Solved example-2 using fixed-point iteration.
The solved example-2. It is required to find the root for x^4-x-10=0, the same procedure that we have adopted for the previous example will be followed. Create a g(x)=(10+x)^4, the initial point given is x0=4. Plug in to get the value of x1.
The slide image shows the table of points of x from x=4 till x=1.8555 and the corresponding value of g(x). We are looking for the intersection point between this g(x) and y=x, or simply when we plug in a certain value of x we get the same value in y. The point coordinate is (1.85555,1.8555), which is obtained from 6 iterations.
The curve is drawn with the shown x and Y-axis. The zero point will be very close to 1.8555. The slide image shows the table of points of x from x=4 till x=0.50 and the corresponding value of f(x).
We are looking for the intersection point between 1.75, and 2.00. The previous value of 1.8555, obtained from the fixed point iteration will give a y value close to 0.
This is a link to download the Pdf used for the illustration of this post
The next post is the Newton-raphson method which is another iteration method.