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Unformatted text preview: amplitude of each of your signals versus time and use the subplot command. 2(30). Given the following complex numbers, W = 5+j34, X = 4- j21, Y = 7 +j12, and Z = 1 + j3, use Matlab to find the following and simplify where possible: (a) WX (b) Real part of WZ (c) Imaginary part of XY (d) W + Z Y (e) W+X+Y Z (f) WW * (g) Z + Z * (h) magnitude of WY (i) phase of WY (j) WY in polar form (k) W/X (l) (WXYZ)* (m) (WYZ)/(XYZ) 3(40). Use SIMULINK to model the following differential equations. For full credit, show the model for the differential equation and show the output y(t). Hint: use a scope . (a) ) sin( 4 t y dt dy =-(b) ) ( 7 t u y dt dy = + (c) ) ( 7 3 2 2 t u y dt dy dt y d = +-(d) ) cos( 7 6 2 2 t y dt dy dt y d =--...
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2009 for the course ECSE 2410 taught by Professor Wozny during the Spring '07 term at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
- Spring '07