EGR 106 Section 8 Homework Assignment #8 - Due 3/29/07
Instructions This week's assignment includes the use of user defined functions in problems 2 and 3. In order to include these functions in the same file as the main program, the main program must be i

EGR106 Sections 8
Due by Feb. 12, 2007
Assignment # 3
Instructions Once again, you are to write a m-file that solves the following problems
and submit it to me electronically. Please do the following:
Name your script using your last name followed by the

EGR 106 Section 8 Project Assignment #2 Final code due with project submission Working code should be ready for In-class Competition 4/19/07 Using your code developed in Project Assignment #1, incorporate the following features: 1) Ask the user to either

EGR 106 Section 8 Project Assignment #1 - Due 4/5/07 Instructions Download the function analyze_truss.m from the course web page. Working as a team, write a Matlab script that makes use of this function to analyze the truss structure shown below for the c

Problems
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The position of a particle moving under uniform acceleration is some[ 10]
function of time and the acceleration. Suppose we write this position s = kam tn
where , k is a dimensionless constant. Show by dimensional analysis that this
expre

Summary Report
BME 281 Biomedical Engineering Seminar II
Your Name
Section [1 or 2], Instructors: Ying Sun, Tanya Wang
today's date
Summary
This report summarizes what you have learned from this course. You should use the format of
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Chemistry 102
Colorimetry
Rowan Talbot-Guerette
Station 14
Chemistry 102
Section 0042
Dana DiScenza
29 October 2014
Purpose of Experiment
The purpose of this experiment is to use colorimetry to determine the iron content of a
multivitamin tablet. Using a

EGR 106 Lecture 9
Function Files
Functions
Concept
Basic Structure
Examples and Applications
Textbook:
7.1 - 7.7
Function Concept
So
far:
Have used Matlabs built-in functions; for example
sin(x), exp(x), abs(x), . . .
Have started writing scripts
Func

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When: T hur sday, Apr il 7, 6-7pm
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E xam 2 Review
Some Basic M ater ial Pr evious to Exam 1
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E GR 106
E xam 3
When:
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EGR 106 Lecture 1
Introduction to Course & MATLAB
Welcome to EGR 106
Foundations of Engineering II
Spring 2011
Course Information
Todays Specific Topics:
Computation and Algorithms
MATLAB
Basics
Demonstrations
Textbook 1.1-1.7
Course Introduction
Cour

EGR 106 Lecture 2
Scripts and Arrays
Brief
Review of Last Week
Scripts and the Editor
Arrays:
Concept
Construction
Addressing
Textbook
1.8, 1.9. 2.1-2.3
Review of Last Week
Variables:
placeholders for numerical data
equal sign is an assignment operat

EGR 106 Lecture 3
Array Manipulations
Brief
Review of Last Week
Additional Ideas:
Special arrays
Changing an array
Some array operators
Character arrays
Textbook
2.4-2.10
Review of Last Week
Arrays are the fundamental data units in MATLAB
Rectangular c

EGR 106 Lecture 4
Array Mathematics
Linear
Algebraic Operations
Additon/Subtraction
Multiplication
Division
Element
by Element Operations
Row/Column Based Operations
Textbook 3.1-3.8
Element by Element Math Operations
For
arrays of identical sizes, a

EGR 106 Lecture 6
2-D Plotting
Graphical presentation has become the standard
method to show technical information. Engineers use
plots to analyze, visualize, and present their work.
Matlab
has many useful plotting options available!
Well review some of t

EGR 106 Lecture 7
Relational, Logical, Conditional, if-else-end
So
far, weve looked at simple programming
via scripts = programs of sequentially
evaluated commands
Today, extend features to:
additional operators
branches to control operations
Textbook:

EGR 106 Lecture 8
Loops, Break, Continue Commands
for-end
loops
while-end loops
Nested loops
break and continue commands
Textbook: 6.4 6.6
Loops
Commands to repeatedly execute certain
blocks of code
Two common types in MATLAB:
for
while
The for-en

EGR 105
Foundations of Engineering I
Fall 2014 Day 1
Richard Brown
Department of Chemical
Engineering
[email protected]
ROOM CHANGE
CRAWFORD 221 FROM START OF CLASSES
Syllabus
Goals
Instructors
COE Website- http:/egr.uri.edu - (a valuable
resource)
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