Computer Question 1:
W rite Matlab code that performs the basic tasks of an ATM machine. The starting account
balance is $1,000. Ask the user to enter a PIN, and accept any four digit integer. If they dont
enter a four digit integer as the PIN, your progr

The following are the recitation problems I think would be the best practice for Exam 3
RECITATION 1
11, 12, 13
RECITATION 2
2 (use a loop), 7, 10, 11, 13 (use random numbers), 21, 22, 23
RECITATION 3
1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 9, 12, 14, 20
RECITATION 4
2, 3, 4 (fin

14:440:127 Fall 2008
Exam 3
December 3rd through 9th
Logistics:
Exam 3 is a cumulative final exam. All topics introduced during the course are fair
game for this test.
The exam will be held during your normally scheduled recitation section (unless youve
m

14:440:127 Fall 2008
Exam 2
November 5th November 11th
Logistics:
The exam will be held during your normally scheduled recitation section (unless youve
made alternate arrangements with Blase due to a religious holiday, etc.) You will have
80 minutes to co

EXAM 1 Stats:
BEFORE ADJUSTING BETWEEN SECTIONS
Version a written had min: 18, max: 44, median: 36.50, mean 34.88
Version a computer had min: 2, max: 56, median: 24.00, mean 26.20
Version a had min: 27, max: 100, median: 56.00, mean 61.08
-Version b writt

14:440:127 Fall 2008
Exam 1
October 1st October 7th
Logistics:
The exam will be held during your normally scheduled recitation section (unless youve
made alternate arrangements with Blase due to a religious holiday, etc.) You will have
80 minutes to compl

14:440:127, Fall 2008
Exam 2 Version E
The entire exam is closed book, and there is no collaboration permitted. All of your answers must
be written in blue books; you will have separate bluebooks for the No Computer and Computer
sections. Be sure to put y

14:440:127, Fall 2008
Exam 1 Version E
The entire exam is closed book, and there is no collaboration permitted. All of your answers must
be written in blue books; you will have separate bluebooks for the No Computer and Computer
sections. Be sure to put y

14:440:127, Fall 2008
Exam 2 Version E
The entire exam is closed book, and there is no collaboration permitted. All of your answers must
be written in blue books; you will have separate bluebooks for the No Computer and Computer
sections. Be sure to put y

14:440:127, Fall 2008
Exam 1 Version E
No Computer Question 1:
Answer whether the following questions evaluate to True or False:
Let x = 15, y = 93, and z = -5
a) z+5 > 0
b) rem(y,x) > 3
c) rem(x,y) > 3
d) ~x
e) 16<=x<=20
FALSE (it is 0)
FALSE (it is 3)
T

Computer Question 1:
W rite Matlab code that performs the basic tasks of a cashier at Taco Bell.
First, display a menu asking the user what shed like to eat:
Taco
$0.99
Burrito
$1.99
Cinnamon Twists $0.79
Fruitista Freeze
$2.09
Include a fifth menu option

Computer Question 1:
Plot and Subplot
Begin by setting x = 0:10:100, and y = [ 2 , 44053 , 9.7033e+008, 2.1373e+013,
4.7077e+017, 1.0369e+022, 2.2840e+026, 5.0309e+030, 1.1081e+035,
2.4408e+039, 5.3762e+043 ]
(Note that you dont have to recopy this portio

Computer Question 1:
W rite Matlab code that performs the basic tasks of a cashier at Taco Bell.
First, display a menu asking the user what shed like to eat:
Taco
$0.99
Burrito
$1.99
Cinnamon Twists $0.79
Fruitista Freeze
$2.09
Include a fifth menu option

Computer Question 1:
Plot and Subplot
Begin by setting x = 0:10:100, and y = [ 2 , 44053 , 9.7033e+008, 2.1373e+013,
4.7077e+017, 1.0369e+022, 2.2840e+026, 5.0309e+030, 1.1081e+035,
2.4408e+039, 5.3762e+043 ]
(Note that you dont have to recopy this portio

% Riken Patel
% Rec 10
% Question #1
% a
sqrt_a(n); % square root of any interger.
% tic toc timer is in function file for accuracy
% b
sqrt_b(n);
% c
sqrt_c(n);
% (d)
% xaxis is input squares
% y axis is the number of iterations or square root of inputs

Recitation Problems Week 1
440:127 Fall 2012 S. J. Orfanidis
Please do the following problems during your recitation session, including any additional problems given
to you by your TA. The objectives of this weeks recitations are to get you familiar with

Recitation Problems Week 2
440:127 Fall 2012 S. J. Orfanidis
Please work on the following problems during your recitation session, including any additional problems
given to you by your TA. The objectives of this weeks recitation are to get you familiar w

%RIKEN PATEL
%RECITATION 7
%SECTION 11
%QUESTION # 1a
% collaborated with Jaimin Patel
A = xlsread('currencyGbp.xlsx');
%xlsread function opens and xls file
A(:,5) = A(:,5)*100; %multiplied the percent change column by 100
fprintf('
Price
Open
High
Low
Ch

Rutgers University
School of Engineering
Fall 2014
14:440:127 - Introduction to Computers for Engineers
Sophocles J. Orfanidis
ECE Department
[email protected]
week 8
Weekly Topics
Week 1 - Basics variables, arrays, matrices, plotting (ch. 2 & 3)
W

Rutgers University
School of Engineering
Fall 2014
14:440:127 - Introduction to Computers for Engineers
Sophocles J. Orfanidis
ECE Department
[email protected]
week 10
Weekly Topics
Week 1 - Basics variables, arrays, matrices, plotting (ch. 2 & 3)

Rutgers University
School of Engineering
Fall 2014
14:440:127 - Introduction to Computers for Engineers
Sophocles J. Orfanidis
ECE Department
[email protected]
week 4
Weekly Topics
Week 1 - Basics variables, arrays, matrices, plotting (ch. 2 & 3)
W

Rutgers University
School of Engineering
Fall 2014
14:440:127 - Introduction to Computers for Engineers
Sophocles J. Orfanidis
ECE Department
[email protected]
week 11
Weekly Topics
Week 1 - Basics variables, arrays, matrices, plotting (ch. 2 & 3)

Rutgers University
School of Engineering
Fall 2014
14:440:127 - Introduction to Computers for Engineers
Sophocles J. Orfanidis
ECE Department
[email protected]
week 13
Weekly Topics
Week 1 - Basics variables, arrays, matrices, plotting (ch. 2 & 3)

Rutgers University
School of Engineering
Fall 2014
14:440:127 - Introduction to Computers for Engineers
Sophocles J. Orfanidis
ECE Department
[email protected]
Week 9 - Review Examples for Weeks 5-8
Weekly Topics
Week 1 - Basics variables, arrays,

Recitation Problems Weeks 5 & 6
440:127 Fall 2012 S. J. Orfanidis
Please do the following problems from your textbook during your recitation session, including any additional problems given to you by your TA. Upload the complete solutions within 48hrs of

Recitation Exercises Week 10
440:127 Fall 2012 S. J. Orfanidis
Please do the following problems during your recitation session, including any additional problems given to
you by your TA.
1. When a charged capacitor C discharges through a resistor R, the v

Recitation Problems Week 8
440:127 Fall 2012 S. J. Orfanidis
Please read Ch.9 of the text prior to going to your recitations sessions. Please do the following problems
during your recitation session, including any additional problems given to you by your

Recitation Problems Week 7
440:127 Fall 2012 S. J. Orfanidis
Please read Ch.8 of the text prior to going to your recitations sessions. Please do the following problems
during your recitation session, including any additional problems given to you by your

Recitation Problems Week 4
440:127 Fall 2012 S. J. Orfanidis
Please do the following problems from your textbook during your recitation session, including any additional problems given to you by your TA. Upload the complete solutions within 48hrs of your

Recitation Problems Week 3
440:127 Fall 2012 S. J. Orfanidis
Please do the following drill problems on matrix properties during your recitation session, including any
additional problems given to you by your TA. Upload your completed work within 48hrs of

function [incidentAngle]=(yourID)Recitation7Problem1(day,latitude)
a=23.45;
b=(2*pi)*(284+day);
c=362.5;
declinationAngle=a*sind(b/c);
d=(cos(declinationAngle)*(cos(latitude);
e=(sin(declinationAngle)*(sin(latitude);
incidentAngle=acosd(d+e);
end

function [panelAngle] = (yourID)Recitation7Problem3 (latitude, day)
panelAngle = 0;
d = 23.45*sin(2*pi)*(284+day)/362.5);
x = cosd(d)*cosd(latitude) + sind(d)*sind(latitude);
incidentRays = acosd(x);
if latitude-d > 0
incidentRays = -1*incidentRays;
end
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