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ENGR 106 Name: _____________________________________ Exam 1 – Fall 2005 1. (4 pts) Is collaborating in study groups on assignments to be completed and turned in individually A) Cheating? B) Unethical But Not Cheating? C) Neither Unethical nor Cheating? Clearly circle your response above and explain your answer below: 2. (4 pts) List two Professional Obligations for Professional Engineers 3
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ENGR 106 Name: _____________________________________ Exam 1 – Fall 2005 3. (4 pts) Name two of the roles used in ENGR 106 teams and briefly describe each role. 4. (4 pts) Assume that you can’t remember the command for the natural log in MATLAB. What MATLAB command(s) could you use to find the proper command? 5. (4 pts) The following command was entered at the MATLAB prompt >> A=LOG(10) An error message appears ??? Undefined command/function 'LOG' Explain why the error occured: 4
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ENGR 106 Name: _____________________________________ Exam 1 – Fall 2005 6. (10 pts) The following variables are entered into the MATLAB workspace. >> A = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] >> B = [1; 2; 3; 4; 5] >> C = [1:1:5] >> D = [1 2 3] Next, we want to plot these variables against each other. For each plotting command in the table, indicate whether it produces a valid graph in MATLAB.. If no valid graph is produced (i.e. an error occurs), explain why Plotting Command Produces a Valid Graph? (Clearly Circle Your Response) If no valid graph is produced, explain why >> plot(A,B) Yes No >> plot(A,C) Yes No >> plot(A,D) Yes No 5
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