matrixHW7 - Matrices and Array HW-7 1) Develop a VB program...

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1 Matrices and Array HW-7 1) Develop a VB program to compute the areas of “n” number of squares and circles, given their characteristic dimensions (length of the side for squares or radius for circles). Use matrices to store the results (details in lab problem-1). 2) Modify the above code and use two subroutines square and circle to find the areas (details in lab problem 2) 3) Develop a VB to multiply a n × n square matrix with a n × 1 column matrix (lab problem 3) test it with an example and give print out of the code (details in lab problem 3). 4) Sort the following 12 numbers from low to high : 55, 12, 33, 90, 17, 88, 97, 23, 49, 32, 78, and 123 (modify the lab problem 4 to solve this). 5) Develop a general VB code that can implement the backward substitution method to solve a general (n x n) upper triangular matrix. Use the problem below to demonstrate how the inputs will be defined and solve the following LAE problem. Note the code should be general enough to solve any (n x n) system. 4x
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2011 for the course CE 3010 taught by Professor Clement during the Fall '09 term at Auburn University.

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