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Differentiating both sides with respect to x gives x u (x) = 3 − 9 0 u(t) dt Using the correction functional gives u0 (x) = 0, u1 (x) u2 (x) = 0− = 3x, = x 0 u0 (t) − 3 + 9 t 0 u0 (r) dr dt x t u1 (t) − 3 + 9 0 u1 (r) dr 0 1 (3x)3 3x − 3! 1 1 (3x)x − 3! (3x)3 + 5! (3x)5 , 3x − dt = u3 (x) = and so on. The solution in a series form is given by 1 1 u(x) = (3x)x − 3! (3x)3 + 5! (3x)5 + · · · that converges to the exact solution u(x) = sin(3x). 4. Differentiating both sides with respect to x gives x u (x) = −4 0 u(t) dt Using the correction functional gives page 55 March 4, 2015 14:44 book-9x6 9571-Root 56 Chapter 3.

We set 25 u(x) = x2 − x + 1 + αx 12 where 1 α= tu(t) dt 0 Accordingly, we find 1 25 α= t t2 − t + 1 + αt dt 12 0 This gives 1 α= 12 Substituting for α in the first equation we find u(x) = x2 − 2x + 1 3. We set u(x) = x sin x + (α − 1)x where π α = 02 u(t) dt Accordingly, we find π/2 (t sin t + (α − 1)t) dt α= 0 This gives α=1 Substituting for α in the first equation we find u(x) = x sin x 4. We set 9571-Root 25 page 25 March 4, 2015 14:44 book-9x6 26 9571-Root Chapter 2. Fredholm Integral Equations 1 u(x) = e2x − (e2 + 1)x + αx 4 where 1 α= tu(t) dt 0 Accordingly, we find 1 1 α= t e2t − (e2 + 1)t + αt dt 4 0 This gives 1 α = (e2 + 1) 4 Substituting for α in the first equation we find u(x) = e2x 5.

We select u0 (x) = 0 Substituting in the original equation we find u1 (x) = 14 x + sin x Substituting u1 (x) in the original equation we obtain π 2 1 1 u2 (x) = 4 x + sin x − x ( t + sin t)dt 4 0 so that π2 u2 (x) = sin x − x 128 Proceeding as before we find π4 u3 (x) = sin x + x 128 × 32 .. 6 1. Using the successive substitutions method, and noting that f (x) = λ = 14 , K(x, t) = xt, we find 1 1 11 1 1 11 2 1 11 u(x) = x+ xt dt + xt1 2 t2 dt1 dt + · · · 6 4 0 6 16 0 0 6 so that 11 11 11 u(x) = x+ x+ x + ··· 6 72 864 11 1 1 = x[1 + + + · · ·] = 2x 6 12 144 by finding the sum of the infinite geometric series.