HW6 - ENGR 19500 Ideas to Innovations Part II Spring 2010...

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ENGR 19500 Ideas to Innovations Part II Spring 2010 HOMEWORK #6 Due: Class 6b To be submitted in Class 6B: Individually: 1. Hard copy printout of your m-files for Activities 3 and 4 from class 5b. (problem 1) 2. Hard copy printout of your rsquared_yourlogin.m file. (problem 2) 3. Hard copy printout of your hmwk6_Nconc_yourlogin.m file, MATLAB plot, Hmwk6_Nconc_yourlogin.xlsx file, and Excel plot. (problem 3) To be uploaded prior to coming to Class 6B: 1. Activity 3 m-file and Activity 4 m-file. (problem 1) 2. rsquared_yourlogin.m file. (problem 2) 3. hmwk6_Nconc_yourlogin.m and hmwk6_Nconc_yourlogin.xlsx files. (problem 3) 0. Reading Assignment Blackboard: Documentation, Programming, and Course Standards MATLAB Textbook: Chapter 6: pp. 193-211 ClassNotes: pp. 26-28 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: Programming in MATLAB h Writing Function M-Files 1. MATLAB User-Defined Functions This is to be completed individually. This problem is added to your homework grade. Complete Activities 3 and 4 from Class 5b. 1. For Activity 3: a. For each test case listed in step B, calculate, by hand, the expected temperature value. Type the results as comments at the end of your function file. b. In the command window, enter the required inputs for each test case and call your function.
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ENGR 19500 Ideas to Innovations Part II Spring 2010 c. At the end of your function file, paste, as comments, all commands you typed into the command window in order to call your function and the results generated by your function. For example, if you had the matrix temp3 = [1 7 11; 13 9 6; 10 21 4] and wanted
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