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IT1005 Semester 1 2014/2015
Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab 02 - MATLAB Pre-Defined Functions and Matrices
For Week 04 (01-05 September 2014)
Released: Thursday, August 28, 2014
Deadline:
IT1005 Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab 6 Linear Equations
The objective of this lab is to step you through the material on linear equations taught
during week 7 of the class. First we will
IT1005 Semester 1 2014/2015
Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab 01 - MATLAB Basics
For Week 03 (25-29 August 2014)
Released: Thursday, August 21, 2014
Deadline: Friday, August 29, 2014, 8am
Do
R-K equation of state (Lab 7)
R = 0.518, a = 12.6126 , b = 0.0019
Rewrite as:
Now solve the equation of state for:
1. Volume (v), given T = 200 and P = 100,000
2. Temperature (T), given v = 0.01, and
IT1005 Semester 1 2014/2015
Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab 04 - Basic User Defined Function +
Strengthening Control Flow Concepts
For Week 06 (15-19 September 2014)
Released: Thursday, 11
IT1005 Semester 1 2013/2014
Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab 03 - Relational & Logical Operators +
Control Flow (Simpler)
For Week 05 (08-12 September 2014)
Released: Thursday, September 04
IT1005 Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab 09 Ordinary Differential Equations
In this lab, we will learn how to formulate and solve initial value problems of systems
of ordinary differential e
IT1005 Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab 7 Nonlinear equations
The objective of this lab is to step you through important concepts in solving nonlinear
equations using MATLAB. We will do thi
IT1005 Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab #3: Vectors and Matrices
(Week 5: 5 9 September 2016)
The objectives of this lab are as follows:
Using vectors and matrices.
Using for construct in l
IT1005 Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab #1: Expressions and Functions
(Week 3: 22 26 August 2016)
The objectives of this lab are as follows:
1. Learn how to use the MathWorks MATLAB softwar
IT1005 Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab #6: Solving Linear Algebraic Equations
(Week 8: 3 7 October 2016)
Due: 8am, 7 October 2016
Learning objectives:
1. Perform steady-state mass balance
IT1005 Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab #2: Selection and Repetition Control Structures
(Week 4: 29 August 2 September 2016)
The objectives of this lab are as follows:
Using the selection (
IT1005 Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab #4: Problem Solving with Vectors and Matrices
(Week 6: 12 16 September 2016)
The objectives of this lab are as follows:
Using vectors and matrices.
U
IT1005 Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab #5: Revision
(Week 7: 26 30 September 2016)
Remember to submit lab #4 question 5 along with questions in lab #5.
You are to do all questions on your
IT1005
Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lecture #0
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Objectives
To gain a firm understanding and appreciation of the
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