energy_yourlogin

energy_yourlogin - mass mass in kg OUTPUTS List them below...

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function [energy] = energy_yourlogin(mass) %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % % Programmer(s) and Purdue Email Address(es): % 1. ENGR Faculty/Staff % % Section #: ALL % % Assignment #: Homework 3 Problem 4 % % Academic Integrity Statement: % % I/We have not used source code obtained from % any other unauthorized source, either modified % or unmodified. Neither have I/we provided access % to my/our code to another. The project I/we am/are % submitting is my/our own original work. % % energy_yourlogin: calculates the energy related to mass using the equation E = mc^2 % INPUTS: List them below one line per input argument
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Unformatted text preview: % mass - mass in kg % OUTPUTS: List them below line per output argument % energy - energy related to the mass in Joules % %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % ---- INPUTS ----% c_light = 2.9979e8; % Speed of light in m/s c % ---- CALCULATIONS ----energy = mass.*c_light^2; % Calculates the energy in Joules e % ---- RESULTS: -----% % >>mass_vector = linspace(1,1000,10); % >>energy_vector = energy_yourlogin(mass_vector) % % energy_vector = % % 1.0e+019 * % % Columns 1 through 8 % % 0.0090 1.0066 2.0042 3.0018 3.9994 4.9970 5.9946 6.9922 % % Columns 9 through 10 % % 7.9898 8.9874...
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2011 for the course ENGR 132 taught by Professor Kutson during the Spring '11 term at Purdue.

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