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# hw5 - 10(10 point Problem 25(e in Chapter 9 11(10 point...

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Last Name: ___________________ First Name: ________________ Student ID: _________________ EME5 Introduction to Computer Programming for Engineering Applications , Fall 2007 Homework 5 Due Friday, November 2, 2007 (87 points) 1. Read Chapter 8 Formatted Input and Output of the textbook C99 for Engineers and Scientists . 2. Read Chapter 9 Arrays of the textbook C99 for Engineers and Scientists . 3. (2 point) Problem 2 in Chapter 8. 4. (5 point) Problem 3 (a)-(e) in Chapter 8. 5. (5 point) Problem 4 (a), (b), (c), (d), (h) in Chapter 8. 6. (10 point) Problem 8 in Chapter 8. 7. (10 point) Problem 2(c) (d) in Chapter 9. 8. (10 point) Problem 4 in Chapter 9. 9. (5 point) Problem 22 in Chapter 9.
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Unformatted text preview: 10. (10 point) Problem 25 (e) in Chapter 9. 11. (10 point) Problem 26 (a) in Chapter 9. 12. (10 point) Problem 28 in Chapter 9. 13. (10 point) Ten measurements were made on the inside diameter of forged piston rings used in an automobile engine. The data measured in milimeter are 75.001, 75.003, 75.002, 75.004, 75.000, 75.015, 75.005, 75.004, 75.002, 75.003. Compute the sample range, sample variance, and sample standard deviation using the statistical library statlib.h and statlib.c , The sample range , is defined as the difference between the largest and smallest sample observations. 1...
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