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# hw02 - %= This homework is due on Thursday at 11:45:00 PM...

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Sheet1 Page 1 %========================================================================== % % This homework is due on Thursday, August 28, 2008 at 11:45:00 PM with a % 6 hour grace period until Friday, January 19 at 6:00:00 AM. No late % submissions will be accepted. When you are finished, submit your % assignment to T-Square: (https://t-square.gatech.edu). % % Files provided with this homework: % - hw02.m % - prob1.m % - prob2.m % - prob3.m % - prob4.m % % Include *only* the following file(s) in your submission: % - hw02.m % - prob1.m % - prob2.m % - prob3.m % - prob4.m % % INSTRUCTIONS: % 1) Follow the directions for each problem very carefully or you will % lose points. % 2) Make sure you name functions and variables exactly as described in % the problems or you will not receive credit. % % VERY IMPORTANT: You must now use the "Submit" button when submitting % assignments to T-Square. Once you have submitted the assignment, it will % give you the option to resubmit. Note that using the "Save Draft" button % will *not* submit your assignment. % % IF ANY INSTRUCTIONS ARE NOT FOLLOWED YOU MAY GET A 0 (ZERO) FOR THIS % ASSIGNMENT! %========================================================================== % Homework 2 Overview %-------------------------------------------------------------------------- % % This homework covers the following major topics: % 1) Vectors (See Smith 3.3) % % Here is an overview of the problems. Note that some problems are review % and/or expand upon previous topics. % 1. Creating Vectors % 2. Indexing Vectors % 3. Functions to use with Vectors % 4. Linspace Application %========================================================================== % PROBLEM 1. Creating Vectors

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Sheet1 Page 2 %-------------------------------------------------------------------------- % Open the file "prob1.m" and follow the directions below. Be very careful % to ensure that your code does not produce an error when run, if a single % line in the script creates an error, then you will receive no credit for % that problem. If you don't know how to do a part, set that variable % equal to [], or some other dummy value.
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