Let c = 3.4215298 text{and} d = 3.4213851. Calculate c − d using six-digit decimal floating-point arithmetic.

Let c = 3.4215298 text{and} d = 3.4213851. Calculate c − d using six-digit decimal floating-point arithmetic.

Polynomial arithmetic
asked 2021-02-22

Let \(c = 3.4215298\ \text{and}\ d = 3.4213851\).
Calculate c − d using six-digit decimal floating-point arithmetic.

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