Matlab 4 - Part A Convert.m prompt ='Please input the...

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Part A Convert.m prompt = 'Please input the points the student earned:' ; points = input(prompt); Finalgrade = Grade(points); Grade.m function g=grade(Points) if Points>=510 g=[ 'A' ,plus_minus(Points,540,570)]; elseif Points>=420 g=[ 'B' ,plus_minus(Points,450,480)]; elseif Points>=360 g=[ 'C' ,plus_minus(Points,380,400)]; elseif Points>=300 g=[ 'D' ,plus_minus(Points,320,340)]; elseif Points>=0 g=[ 'E' ]; end Plus_minus.m function pm = plus_minus(points,lpoint,hpoint) if points < lpoint pm= '-' ; elseif (points > lpoint) && (points < hpoint); pm= '' ; else points > hpoint; pm= '+' ; end Part B function SUM = add(P,Q) P=input( 'Enter Polynomial 1 \n' ) Q=input( 'Enter Polynomial 2 \n' ) Vec=(size(P)-size(Q)); if Vec(2)<0; R = [zeros(1,Vec(2)),P]; SUM = R + Q; else Vec(2)>0; R = [zeros(1,Vec(2)),Q]; SUM = R + P; end Part C
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function c=cheby(n) c0 = [1]; c1 = [1,0]; i=1 ; if n==0 c=c0; elseif n == 1 c=c1; else ci2 = c0; ci1 = c1; while i < n i = i + 1; ci = add(conv([2 0],-ci1),-ci2); ci2 = ci1; ci1 = ci; end end r=roots end Answers to the following are in a Blue font color
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University of Massachusetts Lowell Electrical and Computer Engineering 25.108 Intro to Engineering II for ECE Writing Programs and functions in Matlab Date: __10/6/15 _______ Section # ______828 _______ Learning Objectives: By completing this Lab exercise you should be competent in the following learning objectives: · Getting more experience with Matlab functions · Using commands: while, if then – elseif to control program structure · Writing simple programs in Matlab Instructions: Part A. Grading Problem, Using Control Structures In 25108, all the Labs, MPs and exams consist 600 points. The final letter grade is given
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