ENED 1091 HW#4
Due on Recitation Day Week of February 11th
Problem 1:
Scenario: We wish to track and control the position of an object (a robot arm for example). In
order to control the position of the object, we need to know both position and velocity. W
Kaitlyn Cales
Models II
Section 001
January 15, 2013
ENED 1091: Homework #1
Due: Submit via Blackboard no later than midnight on
your recitation day the week of January 14th
For this assignment, you will be working with a dataset array called Patients (a
Machine Analysis and Design
Final Project
Louis Albert
Robbie Householder
Rebecca Matthews
Brian Shellhaas
Danny Watson
Summary
This experiment investigates the best diameter versus material and cost for the application of an
biomedical implant. There wer
ENED 1090: Engineering Models I
Homework Assignment #6
Due: November 9, 2012 at 10:10am
Instructions:
1. In this assignment you will be practicing with arrays, array operations, and useful array
functions. Make sure that you include any commands that are
ENED 1090: Engineering Models I
Homework Assignment #5
Due: November 2, 2012 at 10:10am
Instructions:
1. In this assignment you will be practicing with arrays. Make sure that you include any
commands that are requested, include outputs from commands, and
3Lab 10: DNA Pattern Matching
A. Background (Complete Prior to Recitation)
1. Read the background information document titled The Human Genome Project posted on
Blackboard in the Course Documents folder under Lab 10. In the space below, record the
start c
LAB 9: Introduction to Arrays
Instructions:
For each of these programs, do not use the built-in MATLAB functions: sum, min, and
max. The purpose of writing these programs is to practice indexing through an array
using for loops.
When you complete a progra
Lab 6: Newton-Raphson Method for Solving Equations
Background
Suppose we want to solve the equation f(x) = 0. Let xo be an initial guess for the
solution. The Newton-Raphson method uses this initial guess to iterate to a better
solution as follows:
x1 = x
Lab 5: 2-pt and 3-pt Numerical Estimates of the Derivative of a Function
The MATLAB function, diff, takes the derivative of a function. Try the following commands.
Explain the output.
> func = sym('cos(2*t)')
func =
cos(2*t)
This creates a variable to sto
Lab 4: Numerical Estimate of the Derivative of a Function at a Point
A. 2-pt Estimate of Derivative
1. In MATLAB, type the following commands, record the results, and explain what each command
is doing.
> fun = sym('2*t^2+8*t+12')
fun =
2*t^2 + 8*t + 12
T
Lab 3: Introduction to the Symbolic Toolbox
Avoid the following variable names when using functions from the symbolic
toolbox: I and i, E and e, theta, and D.
A. The expand function
1. Use the expand function to multiply the following sets of polynomials.
Lab 2: Curve Fitting and Interpolation
To be turned in next week: MATLAB commands, tables filled out, plots created, and
answers to all questions.
Part I: Linear Interpolation
Do this part by hand just use MATLAB as a calculator. Consider the following se
Lab 1: Datasets and Data Analysis
1.
From the blackboard site, download the excel file, Lab1Data.xlsx, and place it in your
current MATLAB directory.
Windows users: type the following command in MATLAB to create a dataset array.
> TensileTestData = datase
ENED 1091 Homework #3
Due Week of Monday January 28th 2013 (On Recitation Day)
Problem 1:
a) Use ezplot to plot the circle and parabola described by the equations below on the same
graph:
Remember, the command, hold on, can be used after the first plot st
ENED 1091 Homework #2
Due by Midnight on Recitation Day the Week of January 21st
Instructions and Notes:
Turn in all MATLAB commands and plots for each of these problems.
Problems 1-5 are from the custom text purchased last semester for 1020, 1090, and
ENED 1090: Engineering Models I
Homework Assignment #7
Due: Friday November 30th by Midnight
Problem 1: Determine which of the following matrices have an inverse. If the matrix has an
inverse, compute the inverse. (Use MATLAB).
(a)
No, this does not have
ENED 1090: Engineering Models I
Homework Assignment #7
Due: Friday November 30th by Midnight
Problem 1: Determine which of the following matrices have an inverse. If the matrix has an
inverse, compute the inverse. (Use MATLAB).
(a)
It will not run because