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# From the following options, select the correct statements:

The Gaussian Elimination method is an example of a Direct Method of solving a set of linear

algebraic equations.

The residual of an iterative method is the difference between the exact solution of the

problem and the numerical solution.

The Bisection Method can be employed to find the root(s) of continuous and non-continuous

functions.

Point-Jacobi and Gauss-Seidel methods provide an approximate solution to a set of linear

algebraic equations within a specified level of accuracy.

The Gauss-Seidel Iterative method is approximately twice as fast at obtaining convergence

than the Point-Jacobi Iterative method.

The residual of an iterative method is a measure of the numerical accuracy.

The Bisection Method can be employed to find the root(s) of continuous functions.

The Gaussian Elimination method is an example of an Indirect Method of solving a set of

linear algebraic equations.

Point-Jacobi and Gauss-Seidel methods provide an exact solution to a set of linear algebraic

equations.

The Point-Jacobi Iterative method is approximately twice as fast at obtaining convergence

than the Gauss-Seidel Iterative method.