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CS121 Fall 2012 Syllabus
CS121 Fall 2012 Syllabus
Course Overview
This course is the first in a sequence introducing technical computation and programming through use of
Maple.Topics to be covered include: symbolic and numeric computation as use
CS 121 Engineering Computation Lab
Lab 1
Bruce Char
Department of Computer Science
Drexel University
Fall 2010
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Solving the Capacitor Equation
For a particular capacitor/battery set up, we have the following values
Ti=37, Ta=254 (in volts)
and we have determined that the relationship between time t (in seconds) and voltage
(in volts) when the capacitor charges is g
Quiz1
(a) How many quizzes are given this term?
4
(b) How many quizlets are given this term?
3
(c) How many labs are given this term?
4
(d) How many proficiency exams are given this term?
1
(e) How does the final course grade depend on the labs, quizzes,
Convert Units
Maple has functionality to convert between units of measure using a command called convert.
To convert 18 feet into meters what is the correct Maple command? (Select all that apply)
convert(18,units,ft,m)
, convert(18,units,feet,meter)
Conve
Quiz 2
Investigating Memory States
In this question, we want to examine how the state of memory changes. When Maple evaluates an
expression or equation, it uses the current values assigned to the variables.
We want to execute a series of Maple commands in
Quizlet 2
Getting plot coordinates
How do you get a Maple plot to display the coordinates of a point in a plot
corresponding to the position of the mouse cursor in the plot? Select all that apply.
Right (or control) click on a plot, Select Probe Info ->
C
Quiz 3
Solving with Pressure and Temperature
For a particular gas in a chemical system, the pressure P (measured in kilopascals) is related to
temperature s (measured in degrees Celsius) by the relationship described in Maple notation as
P := (s) -> alpha
Quiz 4
Trig Functions using Degrees
The Trigonometric functions built into Maple use radians as a measure of angles. In many fields, degrees
is preferred over radians when performing calculations. We can use Maple to create our own
trigonometric functions