2.41 a) The location of aircraft A is given by 17,; = 320: 800. The location of aircraft B
is given by m; = 16I]t + 410. The distance between them is given by D = 3mg, + 19%.
We can use the conv function to obtain 1% and cfw_9% as shown in the following s
2.20 The script le is:
A = 1600;
R =[0.01:0.01:40];
L = (A0.5*pi*R.2) ./(2*R);
cost = 30*2*(R+L)+40*pi*R;
[mincost,k] = mi_u(cost;
Bruin = Mk)
Lmin = L(k)
mincost
The answers are Rmn = 18.61 ft and [mm = 28.37 ft. The minimum cost is $5157.
2.22 The MATLA
2.1 3) Either I = [5:23/99:28] or x = linspace(5,28,100)wi]1 work.
b) Either x = [2. : .2: 14] or x=1inspace (2,14,61) will work.
c) Either 1 = [-2:1/T:5] or Either x = linspace (-2,5,50 will work.
2.2 a) Type logspace(1,3); b) Type logspace (1,3,20;
2.3
13. The session is:
Eat-1:025;
by - T*sin(4*x;
blengrhw
ans I
21
y(3
ans I
-4.4189
There are 21 elements. The third element is 4.4189.
14. The session is:
3:1 - sin(-pi/2:0.05:cos(0);
blengrhbr
ans -
41
EXUO)
ans I
-0 .5500
There are 41 elements. The tent
1. The session is:
31 - 10; y - 3;
Eu - x + y
u I
13
23w - 1*
v I
30
2341 - 1/
g -
3.3333
32 - sin(x)
z I
4.5440
:sr - 8*sin(y)
I' I
1.1290
23s - 5*sin(2*y
S I
-1.3971
2. The session is:
y*x3/(X-y)
ans -
-13.3333
:3:3*x/(2*y)
ans '
0.6000
:33*x*y/2
ans -
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Consider the equation
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We need to solve the equation and verify the solution by using a graphing calculator.
We begin by subtracting
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Summary#12: Inference for Proportions
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histograms. Hundreds of people are stuck by lighting in the United States, as a resu
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In this episode of Against All Odds, Pardis visits Vallid Labs in to learn about the
nutritional and caloric content of the hot dog! In considering 20 brands of hot d