PGE 310 - HW2 - Solution

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The University of Texas at Austin PGE 310:Formulation and Solution in Geosystems Engineering Homework #2: Matrix operation and Plotting with MATLAB SOLUTION 1. For all of the following sections use a single command in MATLAB to create the answer. Print out your commands and the results and box/highlight your results. (40%) (Part a 5 Pts others 2.5 Pts) a. Create a vector, a, that starts at 10 10 , ends at 1, decreased logarithmically, and has 5 elements. You may want to use the command “format long” so that digits aren’t truncated. After the problem, you may want to go back to “format short” b. Use a built-in function to create a vector, b, with 10 elements. Elements 1 to 5 start at -5, end at -3, and increased by 0.5. Elements 6 to 10 start at 10, end at 14 and increased by 1 c. Create vectors u , v , w and x . !" 4 2 3 1 # # \$ u !" 2 5 3 1 # # \$ v ! " 3 4 1 2 # \$ w ! " 5 1 2 3 # # \$ x d. Create a 4by4 matrix, A, which is a combination of matrices u through x such that the first column is u the second column is v , the third column is w .and the forth column is x e. Create a 4x4 matrix, B, of random numbers ranging from -2 to 4

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Using a single command (not by directly typing in sixteen -4.5), create a 4x4 matrix F that is filled with the values of -4.5 Or g. Calculate C which is true matrix multiplication of A times B h. Calculate D which is element by element division of A divided by B i. Using colon notation, make the 3 rd column of D equal to x vector
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## This note was uploaded on 04/12/2011 for the course PGE 310 taught by Professor Klaus during the Spring '06 term at University of Texas.

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