My teacher has a problem that asks me to iterate on Gauss-Seidel equations considering a maximum variation of 0.01. This means making the first iteration and get check if the max of each error is less that 1%?
err(x1) = (actual-guess)/actual = 100% err(x2) = 100% err = max(err(x1), err(x2))
Need another iteration because the err > than requested. Is this what it really means?