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% Simulate age distribution of a population over time and plot the % distribution A = getLeslieMatrix(10); w = zeros(11,1); w(1) = 5; f = zeros(11,1); f(1) = 1; for t = 1:50 w = matrixVectorMult(A, w); f = [f w./sum(w)]; end % Plot all eleven age classes
% Simulate age distribution of a population over time and plot the % distribution % Initialize various vectors A = getLeslieMatrix(10); w = zeros(11,1); w(1) = 5; f = zeros(11,1); f(1) = 1; % Multiply A by w and then add the new probability distribution t
function w = matrixVectorMult(L,v) % Multiply elements of v and L using scalar multiplication. Create w vector s = size(v); w = zeros(s(1), 1); for i = 1:s(1) for j = 1:s(1) w(i) = w(i) + L(i,j)*v(j); end end
Solutions to the Practice Problems for the Final, Fall 2006 1. Find the plane that contains the lines L1 : x = 1 + t, y = 1 - t, z = -t and L2 : x = 1 + 3t, y = -3t, z = -3 - 3t. SOLUTION: The lines are parallel. We choose two points on L1 , say (1, 1, 0)
Practice Problems for the Final, Fall 2006 1. Find the plane that contains the lines L1 : x = 1+t, y = 1-t, z = -t and L2 : x = 1+3t, y = -3t, z = -3 - 3t. 2. Find and classify the critical points of the function f (x, y) = 4x2 ey - 2x4 - e4y . 3. Find th
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