650:231 Mechanical Engineering Computational Analysis and Design
HW 3
1. Following the class notes, convert the following decimal integers to binary
by HAND CALCULATION: a) 23 b) 87 c) 378 d) 2388.
2. Use your code, confirm the results in problem 1.
3. Co
PHYS 228 Pre-Recitation: 1
Use your own papers for writing the answers.
1. Answer the following question. Be clear and precise. No need to use ruler and compass
to draw pictures (DO NOT spend more than 5 minutes for drawing picture). Show your
work (write
Quiz 2
function primalitytest = primality(n)
n = input('Enter value of n: ');
m = 2; % initialise factor to test
t=floor(sqrt(n);count=0;
for m = 2:t
if mod(n,m) = 0 %m is a factor of n
disp('n is not prime')
primalitytest=0;
else
count=count+1;
end
end;
650:231 Mechanical Engineering Computational Analysis and Design
Quiz 4
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PHYS 228 Pre-Recitation: 2
Use your own papers for writing the answers.
1. A lens produces a real image of a real object.
A. Is the image inverted or upright? Explain.
B. Is the lens diverging or converging? Explain.
C. Is the image enlarged or reduced in
650:231 Mechanical Engineering Computational Analysis and Design
Quiz 5
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650:231 Mechanical Engineering Computational Analysis and Design
Quiz 2
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Quiz 6
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650:231 Mechanical Engineering Computational Analysis and Design
Quiz 3
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Quiz 6
clear all
%clr
A = [-1 2 1 -1; 0 -1 2 4; 0 0 2 1; 0 0 0 3];
u = [0 -1 2 2]';
[s,p]=size(A);
[q,r]=size(u);
if s~=p
dis('s is equal to p \n');
return
end
if q~=s, q~=p
dis('q is equal to s and p \n');
return
end
if r~=1
dis('r is not equal to 1 \n')
650:231 Mechanical Engineering Computational Analysis and Design
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MAE 14:650:474 Alternative Energy Systems I
Homework 1
Instructions
1. Due Thursday, September 15, 2016 by 11:30 pm.
2. Complete problems 1 through 7 listed below.
3. Make a PDF of the homework assignment and upload 1 file electronically through
SAK
Problem Set 6
650:342 Design of Mechanical Components, Spring 2015
Due: Friday, 4/3/15 (End of class)
Problems copied, selected, and/or modified from Juvinall and Marsheks Fundamentals of
Machine Component Design, 5th edition, 2012.
1. Estimate the revers
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