Unformatted text preview: θ for b=10 in, h = 32-in and w varying between 36-in to 48-in. Use fzero to determine what value of w produces an angle of 60 degrees. Include all your commands in the script file q1.m. Submit q1.m, thetaone.m and thetatwo.m by 11:30 pm Saturday May 29, 2010. d) Not to be handed in for assessment, but extremely useful to do for practice for the midterm and final examinations. Using equation (1), use the Bisection and Newton’s methods to find θ when b = 8-in, h=36-in and w =24-in. Choose two suitable boundaries, or starting point, as the method requires, and do three full iterations. Estimate the error after your last iteration....
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- Summer '10
- 60 degrees, Matlab function, Matlab function thetaone.m, Matlab function thetatwo.m