HW6_ruzmora

HW6_ruzmora - Page 2 v_c = linspace(4,20,15) %Chapter 2...

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Sheet1 Page 1 %Chapter 2 Problem 5a %This program calculates the volume of a cylinder clear all clc r = 3 h = [1 5 12] disp('Volume of cylinder') v = pi*r^2*h%Calculate volume of cylinder %Chapter 2 Problem 5b %This program calculates the area of a triangle b = [2 4 6] h = 12 disp('Area of triangle') a = .5*b*h%Claculate area of triangle %Chapter 2 Problem 5c %This program calculates the volume of a right prism vert_dim = 10 disp('Volume of prism') v_prism = a*vert_dim%Calculate volume of prism %Chapter 2 Problem 6a %This program generates evenly spaced vector values from 1 to 20, in %increments of 1 clear all clc v_a = [1:20] %Chapter 2 Problem 6b %This program generates vector values from 0 to 2pi, in %increments of pi/100 v_b = [0:pi/100:2*pi] %Chapter 2 Problem 6c %This program generates 15 vector values from 4 to 20
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Unformatted text preview: Page 2 v_c = linspace(4,20,15) %Chapter 2 Problem 10 %This program calculates the distance traveled by a free falling object clear all clc g = 9.8 t = 1:10 d = 0.5*g*t.^2 disp('Time(s) Distance(m)') table = [t', d'] %Chapter 2 Problem 11 %This program uses Newton's law of universal gravitation to tell us the %force exerted by one particle on another clear all clc G = 6.673e-011 m_1 = 6e+024 m_2 = 7.4e+022 r = 3.9e+08 F = G*(m_1*m_2/r^2) %Calculate the force Sheet1 Page 3 %radius of cylinder %height of cylinder %base of triangle %height of triangle %Vertical dimension of prism Sheet1 Page 4 %m/s^2 %seconds % Calculating distance traveled % Nm^2/kg^2 %mass of the earth in kilograms %mass of the moon in kgilograms %distance between the earth and the moon in meters...
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This note was uploaded on 05/21/2010 for the course EEL 2161 taught by Professor Lopez during the Spring '10 term at FAU.

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HW6_ruzmora - Page 2 v_c = linspace(4,20,15) %Chapter 2...

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