A2soln_ENGR215_F08

# A2soln_ENGR215_F08 - >> P = 1000>> i =.04>> n =...

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Engineering ENGR 215 College of San Mateo L. Demsetz Assignment 2: MATLAB Basics, Arrays Solutions Note: For text problems, solutions are from the solution manual. In many cases, there is more than one way to solve these problems. 1. Solve problem 1b on page 96. 2. Solve problem 2b on page 96. Note: Table 2.1-1 incorrectly describes the arguments of logspace; check the MATLAB help files for the correct arguments. 3 Solve problem 3 on page 96. 4. The basic relationship of engineering economics is F = P (1 + i) n where P is the present value n is the number of periods (e.g. number of years) i is the interest rate per period F is the value at the end of n periods Find the value in 15 years of \$1000 invested now at an interest rate of 4% per year.

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Unformatted text preview: >> P = 1000; >> i = .04; >> n = 15; >> F = P*(1+i)^15 F = 1.8009e+003 5. Solve problem 6 on page 97. Engineering ENGR 215 College of San Mateo L. Demsetz 6. Solve problem 10 on page 98. 7. Solve problem 16 on page 99-100. Note: Full credit given if you interpreted efficiency as output per unit time rather than output per unit labor cost. Engineering ENGR 215 College of San Mateo L. Demsetz 8. Solve problem 20 on page 101. 9. Solve problem 24 on page 102. 1.4 1.6 1.8 2 2.2 2.4 2.6 2.8 1300 1350 1400 1450 1500 1550 Distance Tension Tension vs. Distance for Problem 24 10% increase in tension at D = 1.65 and 2.55 Engineering ENGR 215 College of San Mateo L. Demsetz 10. Solve problem 28 on page 103-104....
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