Recitation 11 Problems

Recitation 11 Problems - 14:440:127 Introduction to...

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14:440:127 Introduction to Computers for Engineers Recitation 11- Problems for students to attempt Please complete these problems on your own time if you do not finish in recitation. You don’t need to show us the completed recitation problems, although we recommending saving a copy of your solutions for your own benefit. 1) Predict the result of the following computation (consider that ans will be a uint16): uint16(29493929)*uint16(2949329). Then, try it in Matlab. 2) Convert 10101101 (Base 2) to base 10. 3) Convert 348 (Base 10) to base 2. 4) Create a structure called student that contains 3 fields: exam1, exam2, and exam3. Now, create a 100 element vector of students, and assign each student random grades (between 0 and 100) for each of the exams. Assuming the exam grades are weighted equally, which student (number) has the highest course grade? Which student has the lowest course grade? (To be really cool, have a fourth field, name , and create random 6 letter names for each student).
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