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DATE:
September 16, 2015
TO:
Dr. Richard Whalen, Northeastern University
FROM: Da Yi, Northeastern University
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USB Type-C Memo
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Dr. Richard Whalen, Northeastern University
The popularity of USB Type-C raised as Apple Inc. became a pione
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DATE:
February 4, 2015
TO:
Dr. Richard Whalen, Northeastern University
FROM: Da Yi Northeastern University
RE:
Individual Assignment I
CC:
Dr. Richard Whalen, Northeastern University
When I was working on my group project, I accidently saw an
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DATE:
October 7, 2015
TO:
Dr. Richard Whalen, Northeastern University
FROM: Rob Northeastern University
Sam Northeastern University
Da Yi Northeastern University
please replace it with your full name
RE:
Moley cooking robot memo
CC:
Dr. Richa
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Memorandum
DATE:
February 4, 2016
TO:
Dr. Richard Whalen, Northeastern University
FROM: Da Yi Northeastern University
RE:
Individual Assignment
CC:
Dr. Richard Whalen, Northeastern University
Unfortunately, I have encountered an ethical dilemma. I am in
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Our Very Own Proposal
Objective
Team is submitting this proposal in order to design and create a vehicle prototype that
uses a form of alternative energy (not fossil fuel based). The vehicle will be able to successfully
carry kerosene (water in our test)
10 Speare Pl
Boston, MA 02115
March 26, 2014
368A Snell Engineering Building
Northeastern University
Boston, MA 02115
Professor
Please find the attached D9 assignment, where Team moves into phase three for this final design
project. Now that we have compl
Boston, MA 02115
Professor:
Please find the attached design proposal for our Alternative Energy Vehicle, per your request.
The objective of this project is to help solve the problem villagers of the Solomon Islands face,
when they have to walk 2 to 3 hour
%Danielle Pucciarelli%
%HW 2b Question 28%
%Defining variables n, R, a, b, T, V
R =.08206
n = 1
T = 300
a = 1.39
b = .0391
V = .1:.02:1
%Pressure from ideal gas law%
P_ideal = (n*R*T)./V
%Pressure from Van der Waals%
P_van =(n*R*T)./(V-(n*b) - (n^2*a)./(V
%Danielle Pucciarelli%
%MatLab Homework 1 Question 19%
%Part a%
a=48%Defines variable a%
b=34 %Defines varialbe b%
y=83 %Defines gamma as y in degrees%
%Finds value for c using law of cosines%
c=sqrt(a^2+b^2-2*a*b*cosd(y)
%Part b - Find Radius (r)%
s=(a+b
%Danielle Pucciarelli%
%Matlab Homework 2 Question 21%
g=9.81 %Defines variable g or gravity%
v= 162 %Defines variable v or initial veolcity%
a = 70 %Defines alpha as a%
t = 1:5:31 %Sets up matrix%
etting up functions for x(t), y(t), r(t), and theta(t)
x_
/ kaleigh mcalaine
/ reverse numbers
#include <iostream>
#include <cmath>
using namespace std;
int main()
cfw_
for ( ; ;
cfw_
int
int
int
int
int
int
int
int
)
num; /num is the original input number
revnum; /reverse number
rem; /rem is the remainder
a; /a
/This program calculates the heat index when user inputs temperature and
relative humidity
/This program is written by: Kiat
#include <iostream>
#include <cmath>
using namespace std;
int main ()
cfw_
double t, rh, heatindex, hi;
cout<"Enter the relative h
/This program tells the user which number is largest out of three inputs
/This program is written by: Kiat
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
int main ()
cfw_
float a, b ,c;
cout<"Enter first number:";
cin>a;
cout<"Enter second number:";
cin>b;
cout
/* This program calculates the area A of an ellipse with semi-axes a and b */
/This program was written by: Kiat
#include <iostream>
/header to allow outputs and inputs
#include <cmath>
/header needed to do math functions
#define PI 3.14159
/defines the v
/*This program calculates positive numbers to log base 2*/
/This program is written by: Kiat
#include <iostream>
/header to allow outputs and inputs
#include <cmath>
/header needed to do math functions
using namespace std;
/to use standard C+ functions
in
/This program asks the user to identify which value is larger
/This program is written by: Kiat
#include <iostream>
/header to allow outputs and inputs
#include <cmath>
/header needed to do math functions
using namespace std;
/to use standard C+ functions
For e or pi:
1. Header to allow outputs and inputs
2. Header to do math functions
3. To use standard C+ functions
4. Main function of program
5. Declares the data type of the variables in the program (e, pi, value, pivalue)
6. Outputs directions for the u
Milestone 1 Script
(1/35) Good afternoon Professor Pfluger and fellow classmates, today team 2 will
present on our water treatment system. Our team consists of Sam, Max, Neeraj and
myself. Instead of the conventional one focus area, we have chosen to be a
Reais to Dollars:
1. Header to allow outputs and inputs
2. Header to allow set width
3. To use standard C+ functions
4. Main function of program
5. Declares the data type of the variables in the program (r, rd)
6. Outputs header (Reais, USD)
7. Initialise
/*This program calculates and prints the molecular weight of a chosen amino
acid*/
/This program was written by: Kiat
#include <iostream>
/header to allow outputs and inputs
#include <cmath>
/header needed to do math functions
using namespace std;
/to use
/* This program calculates the area A of an ellipse with semiaxes a and b */
/This program was written by: Kiat
#include <iostream> /header to allow outputs and inputs
#include <cmath> /header needed to do math functions
#define PI 3.14159 /defines the va
10/25/2015
6.0
In this chapter will study how to
make MATLAB programs run
sections of code
If something is true
While something is true
For a certain number of times
Chapter 6
Programming in MATLAB
MATLAB An Introduction With Applications, 5th Edition
Dr.
10/25/2015
4.0
In this chapter will study
How to input data into a script file
How MATLAB stores data
Ways to display and save data
How to exchange data between
MATLAB and other programs
Chapter 4
Using Script Files and Managing Data
MATLAB An Introductio
10/25/2015
3.0
Previously dealt with scalars (single
numbers). Will now work with
arrays, which in general have more
than one number
Chapter 3
Mathematical Operations with
Arrays
MATLAB An Introduction With Applications, 5th Edition
Dr. Amos Gilat
The Ohi
10/25/2015
Icons
Window Action icon the icon
showing a down arrow with a circle
around it, i.e.,
It is in the upper,
right corner of most MATLAB
windows
Help icon the question-mark icon
( ) in the Resources Section of the
desktop toolbar
Layout icon ( ) i
9/15/2015
Chapter Goals
To learn about the architecture of computers
To learn about machine languages and higher-level
programming languages
To become familiar with your compiler
To compile and run your first C+ program
To recognize compile-time and
10/25/2015
2.0
An array is MATLAB's basic data
structure
Chapter 2
Can have any number of dimensions.
Most common are
vector - one dimension (a single row or
column)
matrix - two or more dimensions
Creating Arrays
Arrays can have numbers or letters
1