Name: Ryan Corley Section: 4
Problems for lab 12.
Part A: Six degrees of separation: It is said that it takes at most six steps to get from any one to any one else. The connections might be friendship; movies actors co-star in, or scientists that co
Problems for the SIR lab 9 Name: Ryan Corley Section: 4
1. The effect of the parameter mu. (You can model this on section 5 the effect of the parameter lambda'.) Like Figure 4 plot the y(t) functions for mu = 1/10 1/14 and 1/18, on the same graph, (
Homework Set 7 Name: _Ryan Corley_ Section: _4_
1. The graph of function f(x) is given below.
(a) What is the value of the derivative at the x=1 and x=6? syms x a=11*sin(7/10)*x-2.25)+14 a =11*sin(7/10*x-9/4)+14 b=diff (a,x) b = -3773/1000*cos(7/10
Lab 8 Name: _Ryan Corley_ Section: _4_
Exercise 1: It is known from past experiments that the height (in feet) of a given plant after t months is given approximately by H (t ) 6t1/ 2 3t for 0 t 2. (a) How long will it take a plant to reach its max
Homework Set 4 Name: Section:
1. The half life of an exponentially decaying quantity is the time required for the quantity to be reduced by factor of one half. a) Find the half life of the function f (t ) 3e 0.06t , where t is the time.
b) If g(t) i
Homework Set 2 Name: Ryan Corley Section: 4
1. Let A
6 7 24 and B 8 1 13 a. Find A - B.
ans = -5 16 7 -16
11 1
23 15
4 . 1
[6,-7,-24;8,-1,13] [11,-23,-4;1,15,-1] -20 14
b. Find the transpose of A.
ans' ans = -5 16 -20 7 -16 14
2. Let f x 5 /
Homework Set 6
Name: _Ryan Corley_ Section: _4 _
1. Suppose the number of individuals in a given population is described by t the following expression: p(t ) , where p is the population size and 2 (t 1) t is time in years. (a) What information (in g
LAB 11 Name: _Ryan Corley_ Sec_4_
Example 1: Finding and Displaying Residuals a) Load the mensRecords.xls file using the appropriate function. Then find the best linear fit, (linearPoly = polyfit(xdata,ydata,1); m=linearPoly(1); b=linearPoly(2);) Th
LAB 11 Name: _Ryan Corley_ Sec_4_
Example 1: Finding and Displaying Residuals a) Load the mensRecords.xls file using the appropriate function. Then find the best linear fit, (linearPoly = polyfit(xdata,ydata,1); m=linearPoly(1); b=linearPoly(2);) Th
Name: Ryan Corley Section: 4
Problems for lab 12.
Part A: Six degrees of separation: It is said that it takes at most six steps to get from any one to any one else. The connections might be friendship; movies actors co-star in, or scientists that co
1LAB
5
Name: Ryan Corley
Section: 4
Change your MATLAB working directory to where you are going to save your
files. This will most likely be you’re "My Documents" directory or your flash drive
directory.
Problem 1 -This problem does not require any senten
LAB 4 Name: _Ryan Corley_ Sec_4_
Example: Radioactive Iodine-123 Radioactive Iodine (I-123) is used to treat thyroid problems. Patients are given a serum containing 70 g of radioactive Iodine that collects in the thyroid gland. Then a scan is done,
Name: Ryan Corley Section: 4 Problems for the first stat lab. Data files are located on-line. Problem A Olympic Track Records and Basic Operations Part 1: Loading Data The following files contain data representing the winning Olympic times for the me
Lab 8
Name: Andrea Freeman Section: 4
Exercise 1: It is known from past experiments that the height (in feet) of a given plant after t months is given
3t for 0 t 2. approximately by H (t ) 6t (a) How long will it take a plant to reach its maximum
Lab 6 Problems Name: _Ryan Corley Section: _4_
Example: For the function f ( x)
syms x f=(4-x^2)/(7+x^4) dfdx=diff(f,x) pretty(dfdx)
4 x2 7 x4
f = (4-x^2)/(7+x^4) dfdx = -2*x/(7+x^4)-4*(4-x^2)/(7+x^4)^2*x^3 2 3 x (4 - x ) x -2 - - 4 -4 4 2 7 + x (7
LAB 7 Name: _Ryan Corley_
Example 1: Show that model
syms k a p0 r t p a=(k-p0)/p0 a =(k-p0)/p0 p=k/(1+a*exp(-r*t) p =k/(1+(k-p0)/p0*exp(-r*t) ls=diff(p,t) ls =k/(1+(k-p0)/p0*exp(-r*t)^2*(k-p0)/p0*r*exp(-r*t) pretty(LS) k (k - p0) r exp(-r t) --/ (k
LAB 3 Name: _Ryan_Corley_
Examples from Lab 3 Module Table 1
Time (hr) 0 2 4 6 8 Numberof cells in the dish 450 830 1650 4210 10600
Sec_4_
a) Create a matrix for the data in Table 1.
clear b=450
b = 450 data=[0,450;2,830;4,1650;6,4210;8,10600] dat