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
Test Your Understanding Problems T3.1-1 The session is x = [5:20:85]; y = [10:30:130]; log(x.*y)-(log(x)+log(y) ans = 1.0e-014 * -0.0444 0 -0.1776 -0.1776
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which are essentially zero, so the identity is

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'

matlab exam 2 prep.oo3
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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Ask user to input number of scores that will be inputed and save to char array Validate input and convert to integers (check that input number of scores is not negative or has no invalid characters

% 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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14:440:127 Introduction to Computers for Engineers Recitation 04 Problems Solutions - Pertaining to LEC04 Notes
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INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Use my template M-le to create a single le for all the problems. 2. Name your le with the naming convention

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Interactive Response Devices
This class will be using a Turning Technologies Student Response System as a tool to allow students to respond to questions from the instructor's presentations. Each student must have ResponseCard, or clicker, in order to be a

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FUNCTIONS & ARRAYS
REVIEW: CONTROL STATEMENTS AND LOOPS
If the condition is true Execute this if(condition) cfw_ statement 1; statement 2; . else(another condition) cfw_ statement 1; statement 2; . .
REVIEW: CONTROL STATEMENTS AND LOOPS
If

#include <iostream> u using namespace std; i int main()cfw_ i int numbers[2][2]; f for(int k=0; k<2; k+)cfw_ for (int p=0; p<2;p+) cfw_ numbers[k][p] = (k+3); cout < numbers[k][p] < "\t"; c cout < endl; return 0;

%cfw_ This program asks the user for a number of rows, and prints the pattern: * * * . depending on the number of rows wanted by user % rows = input('How many rows? '); % outer loop to traverse rows for k = 1:rows % inner loop to travers columns for t = 1

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Introduction
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Introduction
In these lecture notes, you will learn about the built-in math functions that you can use in your code
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Recitation 02 Problems Solutions
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1. Eulers number, e, is a mathematical constant with the value 2.71828. Write a program that
denes Eulers n

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What is a program?
All programming requires some basic tools in order to accomplish some task using any programming l

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14:440:127 Introduction to Computers for Engineers Notes for Lecture 05
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Introduction
In the previous Lecture Notes, you learned about the dierence between MatLab and C+ and saw how the C+ c

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Rutgers University, Spring 2011 INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Read everything before you start coding. Questions made about things already answered in this document will not be answered. 2. Develop a

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#include <iostream> using namespace std; int main() cfw_ int num; int a; int b; cout < "Enter an integer" < endl; cin > num; cout < "The numbers are:" < endl; for (1<a; a<(num-1);) cfw_ a=a+1; b= a%2; if (b=0) cfw_ cout < a < endl; return 0; /*Collabora

#include <iostream> using namespace std; int main() cfw_ int num; do cfw_ cout<"Enter a Variable between 0 and 100:"; cin>num; while (num < O | num > 100); double factorial ( num ); for (int n(num-1);n>0;factorial *=n,-n); cfw_ cout<"The factorial of "<n