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Unformatted text preview: 1. Basics Variables and Expressions Assignment Statements BuiltIn Functions Scripts Comments Keyboard Input Formatting Output Approach Preview key concepts by first playing with Matlab as a calculator. From formula to program. Three Formulas 2 ) cos( 1 ) 2 / cos( x x + = Surface Area of a Sphere HalfAngle Quadratic Equation a ac b b r 2 4 2 + = 2 4 r A = Surface Area Increase >> r = 6365; >> delta = .000001; >> A_plus = 4*pi*(r+delta)^2; >> A = 4*pi*r^2; >> Increase = A_plus  A Increase = 0.15996992588043 Cosine(15 degrees) >> c = cos(pi/3); >> c = sqrt((1+c)/2); >> c = sqrt((1+c)/2) c = 0.96592582628907 >> c15 = cos(pi/12) c15 = 0.96592582628907 X 2 + 5x + 6 = (x+2)(x+3) >> a = 1; >> b = 5; >> c = 6; >> d = sqrt(b^2  4*a*c); >> r1 = (b  d)/(2*a) r1 =3 >> r2 = (b + d)/(2*a) r2 =2 Question Time > X = 8; > Y = X; > X = Y; > X = 2*X; > Y = Y/2; What is the final value of X and Y ? A. X is 16 and Y is 16 C . X is 16 and Y is 4 B . X is 8 and Y is 8 D. X is 8 and Y is 4 Lets Revisit the Key Ideas Above and Introduce Others A Script % Quad1 % Solves x^2 + 5x + 6 = 0 a = 1; b = 5; c = 6; d = sqrt(b^2 4*a*c); r1 = (b  d)/(2*a) r2 = (b + d)/(2*a) Script A sequence of instructions....
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2008 for the course CS 100 taught by Professor Fan/vanloan during the Fall '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).
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