AE202 Problem Set 2 Solutions

# AE202 Problem Set 2 Solutions - AE202 Problem Set 2 MATLAB...

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AE202 Problem Set 2: MATLAB DUE: 23 February 2011 Spring 2011 Include a printout of your MATLAB code with your homework solutions. Email electronic copies of your MATLAB functions to [email protected] . In a single zip (or rar) file named LastName_FirstName_AE202HW2.zip . Please include AE202 Homework 2 in the subject line of the email. 1. In MATLAB polynomials are stored as a vector of their coefficients. i.e. 1 1 1 0 ( ) ... nn p x a x a x a x a is stored as a vector p=[a n , a n-1 , … , a 1 , a 0 ] a. Write a MATLAB function that computes the coefficients of the polynomial that is formed by multiplying 2 other polynomials. Function should be of the form: CombinedPolyCoeff = polyMultiply ( polyCoeffA, polyCoeffB) You cannot use the inbuilt MATLAB function conv function CombinedPolyCoeff = polyMultiply(polyCoeffA,polyCoeffB) % Finds the product of 2 polynomials. % All of the input and output polynomials are stored as a vector of their % coefficients. P=a_n*x^n+…+a_1*x+a_0 =>[a_n,…,a_1,a_0] % subsequent calculations assume polyCoeffA and PolyCoeffB are column % vectors. Make sure they are. [mA nA]=size(polyCoeffA); [mB nB]=size(polyCoeffB); if mA<nA polyCoeffA=polyCoeffA'; end if mB<nB polyCoeffB=polyCoeffB'; end % compute the degree of both input polynomials nA=length(polyCoeffA)-1; nB=length(polyCoeffB)-1; % create a matrix that has the coefficients of polyA in each column % offset by one in each subsequent column A=reshape([repmat([polyCoeffA;zeros(nB+1,1)],nB,1);polyCoeffA],[],nB+1); % compute each term in the product polynomial % each row corresponds to a certain x exponent C=A*polyCoeffB; % sum the rows to get the product polynomial CombinedPolyCoeff=sum(C,2); % ensure output is correct orientation if mA<nA CombinedPolyCoeff=CombinedPolyCoeff'; end

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b. Write a MATLAB function that computes the coefficients of the polynomial that is the derivative of the input polynomial. Function should be of the form: diffPolyCoeff = polyDerivative ( polyCoeff) You cannot use the inbuilt MATLAB function polyder function diffPolyCoeff = polyDerivative (polyCoeff) % Finds the derivative of the input polynomial given by vector polyCoeff.
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