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5.18 The saturation concentration of dissolved oxygen in freshwa- ter can be calculated with the equation (APHA, 1992) 1.575701 x 10 6.642308 X 10 Inosf- -139.34411 + T. 1.243800 X 108.621949 x 101 where osfthe saturation concentration of dissolved oxygen in freshwater a atm (mg/L) and Ta-absolute temperature (K). Remember that Tai T+ 273.15, where T- temperature (°C). According to this equation, saturation decreases with increasing temperature. For typical natural waters in temperate climates, the equation can be used to determine that oxygen concentration ranges from 14.621 mg/L at 0°C to 6.413 mg/L at 40°C. Given a value of oxygen concentration, this formula and the bisection method can be used to solve for temperature in °C. (a) If the initial guesses are set as 0 and 40°C, how many bisection iterations would be required to determine temperature to an absolute error of 0.05°C? (b) Develop and test a bisection program to determine Tas a func tion of a given oxygen concentration to a prespecified absolute error as in (a). Given initial guesses of 0 and 40°C, test your program for an absolute error 0.05°C and the following cases: Of8, 10, and 12 mg/L. Check your results

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