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Unformatted text preview: note2 = note(round(linspace(1, N, round(N/2^(1/12))))) F. sound(note, Fs*(2^(1/12))) G. note = note*5 H. Power (or energy) versus frequency Problem 4 Numerical Methods A. 1. ABCD Can be used to determine y1 if x1 = 3:8 2. BCD Can be used to determine y1 if x1 = 0 3. ABD Will return y1 = 4 if x1 = 5 . 4. C Creates a linear fit of the original data. 5. D Will not create a unique fit if x = [2 5 6] and y = [1 4 3] . B. function physics(time, velocity) dv = diff(velocity); dt = diff(time); a = dv./dt; plot(time(2:end), a) xlabel('Time') ylabel('Acceleration') title('Physics') Thanks to Jacey Planteen for her help on this test. Last Modified: 4:25PM, November 27 th 2007 by Shardul Bhatia...
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course CS 1371 taught by Professor Stallworth during the Fall '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.
- Fall '08
- Computer Science