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Course: ENGINEERIN 7, Fall 2011
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11 Assigned: November 2011 Fall 2011 Due: 18 November 2011 E7 Laboratory Assignment 12 This lab covers the simulation of ordinary dierential equations (ODEs) and statistics. The range of ODE simulations provided in this lab should prepare you to simulate any ODE in the future. The statistics problems provided should equip you with valuable techniques to analze data with. Note: You will use MATLABs publish...

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