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Spring 2010, Test #1

# Spring 2010, Test #1 - TEST#1(March 2 2010 PGE 310 Name...

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TEST #1 (March 2, 2010) PGE 310 Name: Signature: UT EID: NOTES: 1. You have 1 hr and 30 minutes. Points will be deducted for tests turned in after 8:30 2. Write your name (or EID) on all pages of the test 3. SHOW ALL WORK. Partial (or any credit) cannot be given for problems without work shown

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1. Short Answer. SHOW ALL WORK (20 points; 4 pts each except) Consider the following arrays for (a) and (b) only u=[3 -1 2]; v=[ 1 -2 -2]; A=[3 -1 1; 2 3 2; -1 1 2]; B=[ 2 -2; 1 3] (a) Determine which vector is greater in magnitude ( u or v ) using the L1 norm (b) Compute by hand >> A(2:3,1:2)*B’ (c) Convert from binary to base 10: 10011 = _______ Convert from base 10 to binary: 63 = _______ (d) Consider the following equation for Z which is a function of X and Y: Z=4*X*e -2Y Make a 3D surface plot ( surf command) that ranges from 0<X<1 and 0<Y<10. You DO NOT need to make titles, legends, labels, etc. >> >> >> >> >> >> (e) Consider the equation y=e -2x . Use the first 3 terms of taylor series to estimate y @x=2 using a stationary point of x = 1. Calculate the true relative percent error.
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