Homework 7, Fall 2014
Math Methods for Mechanical Engineers (22.361)
For the three problems below create one script, HW7.m and upload it to
Blackboard. Each problem must begin with the following lines of code:
%Problem # (insert problem number)
clear (cle
Homework 2, Fall 2014
Math Methods for Mechanical Engineers (22.361)
Problem 1: Projectile motion script problem (cannon.m)
Neglecting air resistance, the range of an object shot at an angle, with respect to
the x axis,
Homework 9, Fall 2014
Math Methods for Mechanical Engineers (22.361)
1. Edit the Gauss-Seidel .m file to illustrate the convergence of three unknown
variables in a table. Run your function for the following system with es=
Homework 10, Fall 2014
Math Methods for Mechanical Engineers (22.361)
1. (5 Pts) Determine the solution of the nonlinear system using the Newton-
Raphson Method.
-0.5 = -x2 + x y2
0= -5xy + x2
Create a functio
Homework 8, Fall 2014
Math Methods for Mechanical Engineers (22.361)
Note: This HW assignment must be done by hand. You can scan
and upload the submission to blackboard (preferred) or hand-in a
hard copy during class. The due date for banding in the hard
Answers are highlighted in yellow
Question 1
Given the function f (x ) = x 4 9.6 x3+ 17.48x 2 +7.92x - 20.16
Applying a graphical method to estimate the roots, one can determine
Answer
The function has several roots between -5 and 5.
The function ha
Homework 3, Fall 2014
Math Methods for Mechanical Engineers (22.361)
The Maclaurin series expansion for sin x is:
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sin = + +
3! 5! 7!
Edit the MATLAB function IterMeth (shown on page 94 of the course text) to
ap
Homework 6, Fall 2014
Math Methods for Mechanical Engineers (22.361)
See Blackboard for questions:
1. L
2. I
3. K
4. J
5. D
6. M
7. N
8. H
9. Undefined
10. none of the above
Homework 5, Fall 2014
Math Methods for Mechanical Engineers (22.361)
1. a. h (m) : 19.69 m_
1. b. x (m) : _31.37 m_
1. c. x (m) : 63.57 m_
1. d. (degrees) : 17.75 degrees_
1. e. (degrees)