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BME 335 Lab 1 DUE: Midnight before your next Lab Turn in: Blackboard BME 335 Lab 1 This is the first of a series of labs that you will complete during BME 335. Some of the goals of these labs are to enable you to work on more “real-world” problems, get more “hands-on” practice with MATLAB® (an ubiquitous engineering tool), experience the course material in a graphical manner, and to have more opportunities for practice and feedback. For each lab, it is essential that you read through the entire lab description ahead of time and that you review related course topics. You should expect that there may be quizzes, which count towards your lab report grade, given at the beginning of lab sessions to confirm that you are prepared. You are encouraged to work on the labs in teams, but each student must write his/her own code and submit his/her own lab report. Please refer to the syllabus for more information on the collaboration policy. Detailed directions on submitting your lab report are posted on BlackBoard . Failure to follow the directions will earn zero points on the lab. The goals of this particular problem set are to help you get started with MATLAB® and to review mathematical notation and methods that are relevant to BME335. The MATLAB® portion of this problem set is structured such that you are first shown an example of how to do something in MATLAB® ( in this font ) and then asked to do a very similar problem on your own. At the end of this lab you will be required to upload ONE word document. This word document should contain the answers (and the MATLAB code used to obtain the answers) for Problems 3,4,5,7,8,10, and 11. For Problem 6, simply copy and paste your “.m” file along with your results into your word document. Spring 2011
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BME 335 Lab 1 DUE: Midnight before your next Lab Turn in: Blackboard Problem 1 >> % import data into MATLAB from a text file >> load x.txt >> x x = -3 7 2 0 -4 10 2 1 11 -5 4 8
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