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hw03_Wabash_ssukhwal - ENGR 13200 Spring 2012 Name(s...

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ENGR 13200 - Spring 2012: Name(s) : Siddharth Sukhwal Purdue Email Address(es): [email protected] Section #:010 Assignment #: Homework 3 Problem 5 I/We have not used material obtained from any other unauthorized source, either modified or unmodified. Neither have I/we provided access to my/our work to another. The solution I/we am/are submitting is my/our own original work. Problem Description: Input Section: Stage (ft) Output Section: 18.39 5) The datta is shifted 0.25 ahead of it required. It is put in the center and not in the right end therefore it doesn’t include all the data. 18.34 B - 1) 94.170 % 18.250 B - 2) 58.340 % 18.1900 Bins B - 3) The data is positively skewed. Therefore, its not normally distribtuted. 18.1 13 18.01 13.5 C - 1) The original data cannot be retrieved from a histogram. 17.9100 14 Bin Frequency Cumulative % C - 2) It is difficult to compare data sets using histogram. Calculation Section: 17.81 14.5 13 0 0.00% C - 3) Exact values can be retained using a cumulative distribution plot Minimum 13.3 17.71 15 13.5 2 1.67% Maximum 18.39 17.58 15.5 14 5 5.83% D - 1) MATLAB is best for sophisticated math. For example, matrix algebra, and differential equations integrations. Range 5.09 17.53 16 14.5 10 14.17% D - 2) Excel is good for explaining things to people during presentations. 17.41 16.5 15 10 22.50% D - 3) Making a histogram and cumulatve distribution plot in excel is more user friendly. 17.31 17 15.5 16 35.83% 17.21 17.5 16 11 45.00% 17.08 18 16.5 12 55.00% 16.98 18.5 17 11
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