E77 - Spring 2006 - Patzek - Midterm 1

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Page 1 of 7 E77 Midterm 1/Student ID: ______________________________ UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING E77: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER PROGRAMMING FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS Spring 2006 First Midterm Exam—February 22, 2006 [45 points = 45 minutes] Question Points Grade A 20 B 7 C 10 D 8 TOTAL 45 Notes: 1. Write your name below and on the top right corner of every page. 2. Please give all your answers only in the spaces provided. 3. You may NOT ask any questions during the exam. 4. You may NOT leave the exam room before the exam ends. Your PRINTED NAME + signature : ______________________________________________ Your E77 LECTURE SECTION 1 or 2 (Circle your section #) Circle your Lab Section (where the graded midterms will be returned). #11: MW 8-10 (Etch) #12: MW 10-12 (Etch) #13: MW 2-4 (Etch) #14: MW 4-6 (Etch) #15: TuTh 8-10 (Etch) #16: TuTh 10-12 (Etch) #17: TuTh 12-2 (Etch) #18: TuTh 2-4 (Etch) #19: TuTh 4-6 (Etch) #20: MW 8-10 (Latimer) #21: TuTh 8-10 (Latimer)
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Page 2 of 7 E77 Midterm 1/Student ID: ______________________________ A. 20 points (10 questions × 2 points each) a. We wish to evaluate the formula 2 1 2 ... m w w w m - + + ± ² ³ ´ µ with w = [w 1 w 2 w 3 ... w m ] in a MATLAB statement. Which one of the MATLAB statements gives the correct result? Circle your answer.
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