MATH 248 SPRIN 2017 – LABORATORY ASSIGNMENT 5 – Sochacki DUE: Monday April 3, 2017 POINTS: 50 You are to write a Matlab script that will solve an arbitrary tri-diagonal matrix system of equations using Gaussian elimination. Your program should determine if a unique solution exists and if it does give an approximation to this unique solution. You MUST use the computer with formatted output in a nice layout. Guidelines: (1) First you should do a neat one-three page (8.5 x 11) write up showing how to solve a tri-diagonal system of equations and do an operation count to determine the solution. (2) Your program should print the answer as a column in a nice format. (3) You should make sure your code can minimize round-off errors. (4) As usual, the professional quality of your scripts and write up is part of your evaluation. (5) You can do the following bonus problems for 2 points each. (i) Give the determinant of the matrix defining the SLE (ii) Give the inverse of the matrix defining the SLE

MATH 248 SPRIN 2017 – LABORATORY ASSIGNMENT 5 – Sochacki DUE: Monday April 3, 2017 POINTS: 50 You are to write a Matlab script that will solve an arbitrary tri-diagonal matrix system of equations using Gaussian elimination. Your program should determine if a unique solution exists and if it does give an approximation to this unique solution. You MUST use the computer with formatted output in a nice layout. Guidelines: (1) First you should do a neat one-three page (8.5 x 11) write up showing how to solve a tri-diagonal system of equations and do an operation count to determine the solution. (2) Your program should print the answer as a column in a nice format. (3) You should make sure your code can minimize round-off errors. (4) As usual, the professional quality of your scripts and write up is part of your evaluation. (5) You can do the following bonus problems for 2 points each. (i) Give the determinant of the matrix defining the SLE (ii) Give the inverse of the matrix defining the SLE

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