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Unformatted text preview: ENGR 19500 Ideas to Innovations Part II Spring 2010 HOMEWORK #2 Due: Class 2b To be submitted in Class 2B: Individually: 1. A hardcopy printout of your Microsoft Word file from problem 1. 2. A hardcopy printout of your answers to problem 2. 3. Electronic access to the answers to 2 (save Word file on your H: drive) 4. A hardcopy printout of your Microsoft Excel file showing the values from problem 3. 5. A hardcopy printout of your Microsoft Excel file showing the calculations from problem 3. To be uploaded prior to coming to Class 2B: 1. Upload your hmwk2_mvector_yourlogin.m file from problem 4 to blackboard. 0. Reading Assignment Blackboard: Documentation, Programming, and Course Standards MATLAB Textbook: Chapter 1: pp. 18 Chapter 2: pp. 941, 4449 Chapter 3: pp. 5766, 63  Table 3.1; 70  Table 3.4, 104105; 105 Table 3.16 Chapter 4: pp. 114 122; 128  Table 4.3; 129130 Chapter 5: pp. 140156, 143Table 5.1, 147  Table 5.2 Mathworks Tutorials (Optional but Recommended): Much (but not all) of the content in the above reading is represented visually in the following Interactive MATLAB Tutorial materials available through the MathWorks website, www.mathworks.com/purduefirstyear/matlabtutorial . The recommended segments for this week are: MATLAB OnRamp: h Navigating the MATLAB Desktop h MATLAB Fundamentals o MATLAB as a Calculator o Creating Variables o Accessing Data in MATLAB (Note: We do not use the Variable Editor in this course) o Creating Vectors o Creating Matrices o Array Operations (Note: You may wish to also view Matrix Operations, but you are not expected to understand Matrix mathematics if you have not seen this in your math classes yet.) ENGR 19500 Ideas to Innovations Part II Spring 2010 o Visualizing of Mathematical Functions (Note: We will not generate plots from the Workspace only the Command Window or an mfile. But this segment sets up the problem that is continued in the following segments.) o Calling a MATLAB Function o Using plot to Visualize Computer Data 1. MATLAB in Practice This is to be completed individually. This problem is added to your homework grade. Is MATLAB really used by engineers? How? Visit the website www.mathworks.com/company/user_stories/index.html and locate two User Stories that interest you. In a Microsoft Word document: 1. Write in your own words • a brief summary (300 – 400 words) of the applications of MATLAB described in the two User Stories you selected, and • why these two stories interested you in terms of your interests in engineering. 2. List, in APA format, the citation for the two User Stories you selected. The APA format for Websites is: Title . (date or n.d.). Retrieved Month day#, year# from Publisher Web site: http://www.url Deliverable: Hardcopy printout of your Microsoft Word document....
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