HW03_soln - For students: note how I divide the code into...

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note how I divide the code into sections: constants at top, input, calculations, and outputs. Does it not make the code more readable? Also note the outputs. This took me several iterations to get everything to line up. It might be easier to use spaces in the formats rather than tabs. Problem 1: % Constants g = 79000; % m/hr^2 M = 1000; % miles E = 4000; % miles % Inputs D = input('Enter Distance (miles): '); % Calculations Vmph = sqrt(2*g*E - 200*E^2/(81*(D+M+E)) + 2*g*E^2/(81*(D+M))); Vfps = Vmph*5280/3600; Vmps = Vfps/3.2808; % Outputs fprintf('\n'); % I like a blank line fprintf('Distance\t\t\t\tVelocity\n'); fprintf(' miles\t\tmiles/hour\tfeet/sec\tmeters/sec\n'); fprintf(' %.0f\t\t %.0f\t\t %.0f\t\t %.0f\n',D,Vmph,Vfps,Vmps); >> escape Enter Distance (miles): 240000 Distance Velocity miles miles/hour feet/sec meters/sec 240000 25142 36875 11240 >> escape Enter Distance (miles): 250000 Distance Velocity miles miles/hour feet/sec meters/sec 250000 25142 36875 11240
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2010 for the course ECO 304K taught by Professor Hickenbottom during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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