Assignment 2
Problem 2.1
Priyanka Chandraker
1. Results

Both x=inv(A)*b and x=A\b yield NaN.

We have 3 equations in 3 unknowns. The rank of A=2 and the rank of c (which is equal to [A b] in
the code) =2 as well. According to Theorem 4, if rank [A] = r
Assignment 1
Problem 1.1
Priyanka Chandraker
1. Results
a.


a= 3.27 0.13 m/s2

Two partial derivatives, with respect to M and m and their respective ranges of error,
were used to find the range of error for the acceleration.
2. Discussion

Alternativ
Assignment 1
Problem 1.1
Priyanka Chandraker
1. Results
a.

a= 3.27 0.13 m/s2

Two partial derivatives, with respect to M and m and their respective ranges of error,
were used to find the range of error for the acceleration.
2. Discussion

Alternativel
Assignment 2
Problem 2.1
Priyanka Chandraker
1. Results

Both x=inv(A)*b and x=A\b yield NaN.

We have 3 equations in 3 unknowns. The rank of A=2 and the rank of c (which is equal to
[A b] in the code) =2 as well. According to Theorem 4, if rank [A] = r