EE313 HW 6A TTH16190 Fall 2010

EE313 HW 6A TTH16190 Fall 2010 - HW#7 which is due the same...

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________________________________________ __________________ (Your name) (UT EID) The University of Texas at Austin Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering EE 313, TTH, 16190, Fall 2010 Special Assignment No. 6A, Due Tuesday, October 26, 2010 I realize that there was some confusion as to when the MATLAB problems on HW #6 were due. If you did the two MATLAB problems (5) and (6) in HW #6, you may ignore this special assignment. If you did not do the MATLAB problems (5) and (6) in HW #6, you may pass these two problems in at the time and date indicated in the next bullet. The due date is at the beginning of class, Tuesday, October 26, 2010. This a firm deadline so the TA can finish up grading HW #6 and return it to the class. To receive credit for the two MATLAB problems, you must staple this page to your MATLAB solutions so that the TA can discriminate between this special assignment and
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Unformatted text preview: HW #7 which is due the same day. If this instruction is not followed, no credit will be given. If you have trouble doing these, or any future, MATLAB problems, please indicate on the HW exactly what the problem is. This way we’ll be able to gain a better understanding of the problems the class is having with getting started with MATLAB. For your convenience, the two MATLAB problems from HW #6 are reproduced below. Please note that an “Introduction to MATLAB” is provided in Appendix B of Roberts’ textbook. (5) Plot the following functions using MATLAB: a. u[n-5] b. rect 8 [n] c. 10 ramp[n/2] d. cos[ 2πn/10] ( 6) Compute and plot the even and odd parts of the following using MATLAB . : a. rect 5 [n+2] b. comb 3 [n-1]...
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