Engr 100 Sections 600 & 800 Fall 2016
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Laura K. Alford
Robin Fowler
Matthew Johnson-Roberson
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Katie Snyder
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ME240: Dynamics and Vibrations
Computer Assignment #2
Assignment Date: Friday November 18th, 2016
Due Date: Friday December 2nd, 2016
This assignment provides an example of how to numerically integrate the differential equations
of motion of a mechanical
Exam 2 - Answers
Winter 2015 Semester
ENGR 101: Introduction to Algorithms and Programming
You are allowed to use printed material and your notes.
You may not use electronic devices: including, but not limited to, calculators, laptops, and phones.
You may
Exam 2 - Answers
Winter 2016 Semester
ENGR 101: Introduction to Algorithms and Programming
You are allowed to use the books and your notes.
You may not use electronic devices: including, but not limited to, calculators, laptops, and phones.
You may not ac
Exam 2 - Answers
Fall 2015 Semester
ENGR 101: Introduction to Algorithms and Programming
You are allowed to use the books and your notes.
You may not use electronic devices: including, but not limited to, calculators, laptops, and phones.
You may not acce
Recall: Logical Arrays
ENGR 151
Accelerated Introduction to Computers and Programming
Vectorization
A logical array can be used to determine when an
operation will be carried out.
This is referred to as matrix addressing.
Suppose we wanted to subtract
ENGR 151
Fall 2016
Lab 8
Introduction to MATLAB
In this lab, you will be introduced to the MATLAB interface and write your first MATLAB
code. Keep in mind while working with MATLAB that it is not intended to serve the same
purposes as a "true" programming
Quotes of the Day
ENGR 151
Accelerated Introduction to Computers and Programming
Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today.
- Philip Stanhope,
4th Earl of Chesterfield
Parallel Computing
Never put off till tomorrow what you can do the
day after
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%
clear all
close all
clc
M = 8; % 1 <= M <= 1000
N = 8; % 1 <= N <= 1000
Grid = zeros(M,N);
Start = [1 2];
Goal = [4 8];
% P x 3 matrix; 1 <= P <= 10
% each row contains: x y size
Obstacles = .
[2 5 3;
2 4 8;
5 2 5];
% P x
%
% example in project 6 spec:
%
clear all
close all
clc
M = 8; % 1 <= M <= 1000
N = 8; % 1 <= N <= 1000
Grid = zeros(M,N);
Start = [1 2];
Goal = [4 8];
% P x 3 matrix; 1 <= P <= 10
% each row contains: x y size
Obstacles = .
[2 5 3;
2 4 8;
5 2 5];
% P x
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E100 Individual Assignment: Diagnostic Essay
This assignment is due in paper form in lecture on Tuesday, September
15, and electronically on our Canvas website.
This is an individual assignment worth 20 points.
Post one copy to our Canvas website.
Overall
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Current Solar Power Research Projects and their Potential Impact
I researched about two new pieces of technology being developed at this moment. Both
of these are being made by top universities in the United States and offer a grea
a.
Describethepurposeofeachinstructionofthesketch
intsensorPin=0;intledPin=13;
/ This line defines variables sensorPin and ledPin for future reference in the sketch
voidsetup()cfw_
/ this function runs once when the sketch starts up
pinMode(ledPin,OUTPUT)
a. Describe the purpose of each instruction of the sketch
int sensorPin = 0; int ledPin = 13;
/ This line defines variables sensorPin and ledPin for future reference in the sketch
void setup() cfw_
/ this function runs once when the sketch starts up
pinM
Exam 3
Winter 2012 Semester
Engr101: Introduction to Algorithms and Programming
Section 200
You are allowed to use the books and your notes.
You may not use electronic devices: including, but not limited to,
Exam 3 - Answers
Winter 2012 Semester
Engr101: Introduction to Algorithms and Programming
Section 200
You are allowed to use the books and your notes.
You may not use electronic devices: including, but not li
Exam 1 - Answers
Winter 2012 Semester
Engr101: Introduction to Algorithms and Programming
Section 200
You are allowed to use the books and your notes.
You may not use electronic devices: including, but not li
Exam 1
Winter 2012 Semester
Engr101: Introduction to Algorithms and Programming
Section 200
You are allowed to use the books and your notes.
You may not use electronic devices: including, but not limited to,
Exam 2
Winter 2012 Semester
Engr101: Introduction to Algorithms and Programming
Section 200
You are allowed to use the books and your notes.
You may not use electronic devices: including, but not limited to, calculators, laptops, and phones.
You may not a
Exam 2 - Answers
Winter 2012 Semester
Engr101: Introduction to Algorithms and Programming
Section 200
You are allowed to use the books and your notes.
You may not use electronic devices: including, but not limited to, calculators, laptops, and phones.
You
fid=fopen('task5.txt','w');
X = [2 3 4; 5 6 7];
for ii=1:length(X(:,1)
for jj=1:length(X(1,:)
fprintf(fid,'0 ',X(ii,jj);
end
fprintf(fid,'\n');
end
fprintf(fid,'Hello, world!\n');
fprintf(fid,'red green blue');
fclose(fid);
% Print the following to screen on separate lines using the disp() command:
% an array X, a string Hello, world!, and the names of three colors you
% like (char vectors, like red green blue).
X = [2 3 4; 5 6 7];
disp(X)
disp('Hello, world!')
disp(['red' '