Math 151, Workshop 13 1. Suppose F (x) = 1 f (t) dt where f is the function whose graph is displayed. The graph consists of three line segments (for x between 0 and 3) followed by an unknown curve. Also, the value of 5 f (t)dt is - 2 . 3 0 a) What is F (5

Solutions to Problems in Chapter Four
Test Your Understanding Problems T4.3-1 The session is x = [5,-3,18,4];y = [-9,13,7,4]; z = ~y>x = 0 1 0 0 z = x&y = 1 1 1 1 z = x|y = 1 1 1 1 z = xor(x,y) = 0 0 0 0
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Solutions to Problems in Chapter Three
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epsilon=8.854e-12; d = input('enter d in meters') L = input('enter L in meters') r = input('enter r in meters') C = pi*epsilon*L./log(d-r)./r); disp('the capacitance in farads is: ) disp(C) load filename.txt A = filename; mean(A) A=xlsread('filename'

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Topic functions and files 1 141-162 3.1 elementary mathematical functions lookfor ex. lookfor imaginary to get a list of functions that deal with imaginary numbers exponential and logarithmic functions exponential exp(x) expon

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Chapter 11
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% Import Data into MatLab % type in help xlsread to see how to use this function % you will need to know how many times you want to repeat the analysis % run a loop, on each iteration, analyze the data of a SINGLE student % keep track of the totals for ea

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