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MonthlyCalendar

School: Rutgers

Course: Computer Science 111

public class MonthlyCalendar cfw_ public static void main(String[] args) cfw_ final int[] daysPerMonth = cfw_31, 28, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31; final String noAppt = "no appointment"; 12)? "); System.out.print("For which month would you like

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Hw1-sol

School: Rutgers

CS314 Homework 1 Sample solution Spring 2014 1. (a) 01 , 10 or 01 T, 10 T, T# #, T1 1, 1T 1, T0 0, 0T 0 (b) You may have multiple options to which rule to apply, but you can only apply one rule at a time. \$0110# we have two options \$0110# \$10# using rule

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Data Structures Assignment 3

School: Rutgers

Course: Data Structures

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Data Structures Assignment 1

School: Rutgers

Course: Data Structures

In this assignment you will fake a "linked list" using an array (you won't use nodes.) You will do this program individually. Read DCS Academic Integrity Policy for Programming Assignments - you are responsible for abiding by the policy.In particular, not

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Tokenizer

School: Rutgers

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Ass1sol

School: Rutgers

Course: Numerical Analysis

CS510 Homework 1 - Solutions October 5, 2010 Note: Problems graded are I,II,III,VI,VII I. f (x) = x1/2 , f (x) = 1 x1/2 2 , f = 1 x3/2 4 , 3 f (x) = 8 x5/2 (i) P (x) = f (4) + f (4)(x 4) + f (4)(x 4)2 /2 P (x) = 2 + 1 (x 4) 4 (ii) f (5) P (5) = 2 + 1 4 |E

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H2

School: Rutgers

Course: Numerical Analysis

CS 510 Homework - due 10/12/10 I. Using Gaussian elimination with partial pivoting, obtain a P A = LU decomposition of 1 1 2 A = 2 2 1 1 0 2 and use it to solve 1 5. Ax = 4 [You can check your results using matlab command A\b and lu.] II. Obtain a Cholesk

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