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Computer Science 106: MATLAB HW 1, due 1/29 Carry out these exercises in Matlab. Then copy the functions and test results into this Word files. Name the file with your lastname_firstname_HW1 and Drop the result into Ella. Email if you have questions to [email protected] Some simple functions 1. Heron’s formula for area of a triangle is given by: T = ½ Where s is the semiperimeter of the triangle s = (a+b+c)/2 Test case 1: 3, 4, 5 Test case 2: 12, 12, 12 Write a function called Heron that takes as input three sides of a triangle and returns as output the area and perimeter. Run the test cases. 2. Convert from English to metric Test case 1: 200 pounds, 6’2” Test Case 2: 110 pounds, 5’3” Write a function that takes ones weight in pounds and height in feet and inches and returns the mass in kilograms and the height in meters 3. Write the reverse function, i.e. take metric weight and height and convert to English

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