ENGR_1181_EXAM_2_Study_Guide_and_Practice_Problems_Rev_2015_11_19

ENGR_1181_EXAM_2_Study_Guide_and_Practice_Problems_Rev_2015_11_19

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ENGR 1181c | Midterm Exam 2: Study Guide and Practice Problems Disclaimer Problems seen in this study guide may resemble problems relating mainly to the pertinent homework assignments. Reading this study guide and solving the practice problems is not a sufficient level of studying for this exam. Students should also review the relevant reading material and PowerPoint slides as questions will be asked from those places as well. Please remember that the number of “show your work” practice problems exceeds the number of “show your work” exam problems. Exam Specifications 50 Points Total - 20 points multiple choice (~15 questions, 1-2 pts. each) o Done on Carmen using a “lockdown browser” o No other internet access is allowed. Those accessing the internet otherwise will be sent to COAM. Please review OSU’s policy on academic misconduct. o Graded automatically and entered into Carmen. - 30 points – 2 “show your work” problems o Both problems will focus on MATLAB, you may need to fill in the blanks with code, or create a script file, or modify a script file. Always start your script files by displaying your name, seat number etc. and using close all; clear; clc o Make sure you assign a different name for each PDF file during the exam. o Do not use “run section” during the exam, it will not save your script file and your work will be lost! ALWAYS use “run”. - Calculators are not allowed. - The exam is closed book closed notes. - No communication with other students is allowed. Please review OSU’s policy on academic misconduct. - No use of cell phones.
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Name: Seat Number: __________ Content Review - Below is contained the content and learning objectives that will be tested on this exam. Not all learning objectives will be tested exactly as read, however students should use this material to keep track of what they need to be reviewing. 1. MATLAB a. Array Creation i. [a, b, c ; d, e, f] notation ii. [min : step : max] notation iii. linspace function iv. I/O Associated learning objectives Demonstrate proper usage of basic MATLAB features (e.g., the Command Window, script files, other default windows, arithmetic operations, assigning variables and names, built-in functions, help command) Demonstrate proper notation for accessing elements from previously assigned one- dimensional arrays (e.g., single elements, list of elements) and two-dimensional arrays (e.g., those with rows and columns) b. Array Accessing i. Pure array accessing ii. Sub arrays iii. Using the colon operator Associated learning objectives Demonstrate proper notation for accessing elements from previously assigned one- dimensional arrays (e.g., single elements, list of elements) and two-dimensional arrays (e.g., those with rows and columns) Explain that a string is a one dimensional array and can be used the same way as numeric arrays c. Array Operations (“.” Operators) Associated learning objectives Explain meaning of element-by-element operations Identify situations where the standard operators in MATLAB (when used with
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