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14:440:127, Fall 2008 Exam 1 Version I “No Computer” Question 1: Answer whether the following Matlab expressions display an answer that’s greater than 0, exactly 0, or less than 0: Let a = 1 :- 1 :- 4; b = 1 : 6; c = linspace(0,5,6); d = 2; e = 15.3; f = 15.5; a) a(d) exactly 0 b) length(b)>length(c) exactly 0 c) sum(b)<sum(a) exactly 0 d) (c(6) > b(6)) & (c(6) > a(6)) exactly 0 e) c(6) > b(6)) | (c(6) > a(6)) greater than 0 f) ( round(e) – fix(e) ) exactly 0 (corrected, sorry!) g) ( round(f) – fix(f) ) greater than 0 Subtract 1 point for each incorrect answer. No partial credit is given for this question. “No Computer” Question 2: Given the variables a = 514.363; and b = ‘Blase’; write an fprintf statement that displays the following (by inserting the variables a and b ): “The teacher is Blase and he has 514.4 students” Note that you must round to 1 decimal place fprintf(‘The teacher is %s and he has %.1f students’,b,a) -2 for minor syntax errors -3 if they mix up %s and %f OR if they can’t round OR if they reverse b and a
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course 440 127 taught by Professor Blase during the Fall '09 term at Rutgers.

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