Homework Problems for Lecture 1

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Homework Problems for Lectures 1, 2, and 3 Benjamin Elbert MATH 344 April 6, 2010 1) Find a table of data in an engineering textbook. Input it as vectors and plot it. Use the insert icon to label the axes and add a title to your graph. Turn in the graph. Indicate what the data is and where it came from. This graph represents data obtained from the table located at: http://3starhotelsmalta.com/ images/weather-table.gif The vectors used are x = {Months} and y = {Average High Temps}. The true data plot is just the circles marking the average high temperature for that month, but these plots are connected with a line to illustrate the trend of temperature change throughout the year. 2) Graph of g(x) = x + cos(x^5) on I = [-5,5] with ∆x = .1
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To better illustrate the true nature of the function g(x), ∆x was changed to .01 in order to provide more data points. Below is the resulting graph:
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2.1) Listed first is the program code for the function program, followed by the graph.
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