Lab 5 - ECOR 2606 - Lab #5 Part 1: Analysis of an...

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ECOR 2606 - Lab #5 Part 1: Analysis of an engineering problem has produced the following equations: 17 3 5 2 2 6 5 52 5 14 2 c b a c b a c b a What are a , b , and c ? Obtain the solution twice, once using the inverse of A and once using left division. Place all of the necessary steps in a script file called part1.m. Part II: T 1 T 2 T 3 T 4 T BOTTOM T RIGHT T TOP T LEFT The diagram above illustrates temperatures at points on a flat plate. Along the top edge of the plate the temperature is T TOP , along the bottom edge the temperature is T BOTTOM , and along the left and right edges the temperatures are T LEFT and T RIGHT . The temperature at each of the interior points is equal to the average of the temperatures at the four surrounding points. Thus, for example, T 1 is the average of T TOP , T LEFT , T 2 , an T 3 . Derive a series of equations for T 1 , T 2 , T 3 , and T 4 . Treat the temperatures along the edges of the plate (i.e. T TOP and so on ) as constant. This part of the lab could be completed using a script m-file and two function m-files. This
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