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Eng101W07 Sec 100 Homework 3 Due Friday, January 26, 2007, by 6 PM EST Upload to CTools Site Name: FILL-IN Lab GSI: FILL-IN Lab Section #: FILL-IN A. Preparatory work. With the shortened week, we're short a lecture, so we're going to do a little bit
School: University Of Michigan
What will you get from this course? Engineering 101 Lecture 1 9/4/07 Introduction and Policies You will learn how to "think like an engineer" engineer" You will learn about algorithms and how to design/implement them You will learn programming in C
School: University Of Michigan
Q = heat required to raise the temperature of m pounds of material by deltaT 1. Once you know how many gallons of water you need to heat (w), you'll know how many pounds of water you need to heat ( m = 8.345 * w ). 2. Once you know the current temper
School: University Of Michigan
Engr. 110: Biomedical Engineering Homework 1.) You have been hired by TissueGen Inc. to tissue engineer a skin substitute. Using the design process presented in class, propose a strategy for a skin substitute. Include references for all sources you
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Engineering 101 Lecture 21 Project 5 Prof. Michael Falk University of Michigan, College of Engineering Project 5: Rubble Rescue Robot Your job is to write a program that will guide a robot to a person trapped in rubble from a collapsed building.
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Course: Engr 101
n article (abbreviated art) is a word (or prefix or suffix) that is used with a noun to indicate the type of reference being made by the noun. Articles specify grammatical definiteness of the noun, in some languages extending to volume or numerical scope.
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Introduction to computer and programming Chapter 4: Control statements Manuel 1/23 Outline 1 Conditional expressions 2 Loops 3 More on loops and conditional expressions 2/23 The if statement If it rains, then I take an umbrella. Structure in MATLAB: if ex
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Introduction to computer and programming Chapter 5: Functions and recursion Manuel 1/28 Outline 1 Basics on functions 2 Common MATLAB functions 3 Recursion 2/28 From script to function Script: Sequence of MATLAB statements No input/output arguments Ope
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Introduction to Computer and Programming Chapter 1: Computers and Programming Languages Manuel 1/22 Outline 1 A brief history of computing 2 Understanding Computers 3 Understanding Programming 2/22 Ancient Era Abacus (-2700) Antikythera mechanism (-100) 3
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Introduction to computer and programming Chapter 2: Introduction to MATLAB Manuel Charlemagne 1/27 Outline 1 MATLAB or not MATLAB 2 Before starting with MATLAB 3 A rst glimpse into MATLAB 2/27 Mathematical softwares Axiom MATLAB GAP Maxima gp Octave
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Introduction to computer and programming Chapter 10: Arrays and pointers Manuel 1/28 Outline 1 Arrays 2 Pointers 3 Pointers and arrays 2/28 What is an array? Array: indexed collection of values of a same type (e.g. array of integers, oats. . . ), rst inde
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Introduction to computer and programming Chapter 6: Plotting in MATLAB Manuel Charlemagne 1/22 Outline 1 2D plotting 2 3D plotting 3 Curve tting 2/22 General plotting process 1 Use plotting tools or functions to create a graph 2 Extract data info/perform
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MICHIGAN UNDERGRADUATE GUEST APPLICATION (Please follow the instructions on the reverse side of this page) PART I (To be completed by applicant) 1. Name: Moore Erin Last First (Maiden) Nicole Middle 2. *Social Security #: _ _ F 3. *Sex: M s 4. *Birth Date
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2/26/13 Restitution of Cultural Property | United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization UNESCO Culture Themes Movable Heritage and Museums Restitution of Cultural Property Movable Heritage and Intergovernmental Museums Committee for Pr
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Course: Microprocessors And Toys
Cici Lu 593 Mosher Jordan 200 Observatory Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 January 10, 2012 Mr. John von Neumann Director of Personnel Little Toy Blue 1 Varsity Drive, Suite 1973 Ann Arbor, MI 48108 Dear Mr. von Neumann: Im writing to you to convey my potential
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Michael Noeske ENGR 417 Assignment 4 CreativeEntrepreneurship Sean Combs is a rapper, record producer, actor, and subsequently a nontraditional entrepreneur from New York. Combs began his career as marketing intern with Uptown Records; he primarily served
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What will you get from this course? Engineering 101 Lecture 1 9/4/07 Introduction and Policies You will learn how to "think like an engineer" engineer" You will learn about algorithms and how to design/implement them You will learn programming in C
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Engineering 101 Lecture 21 Project 5 Prof. Michael Falk University of Michigan, College of Engineering Project 5: Rubble Rescue Robot Your job is to write a program that will guide a robot to a person trapped in rubble from a collapsed building.
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Loops 2 Lecture 10: 6 Oct 2014 Kominsky Iteration Lets say x = 0 What happens if we did x = sqrt(1+x) ? Now x is 1 Do x = sqrt(1+x) again, and x would be 1.4142 Do x = sqrt(1+x) again, and x would be 1.5538 Lets set format long in Matlab. What if we kept
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Iteration Lecture 09: 1 Oct 2014 Kominsky Project 2 Whats the error? If x<0 disp(negative) else x=0 disp(zero) end The else should be elseif Output variable must be set if condition1 move=1 elseif condition2 move=2 elseif condition3 move=3 end If move is
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Conditional expressions Lecture 3: 10 Sep 2014 Kominsky Announcements If you know of exam conflicts or other special arrangements, let us know Project 1 available Project 1 Determine center and radius of circle through three points Today A bit about funct
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Course: Intro To Engineering
Engineering 100, Section 350 A River Runs through It Winter 2014 Final Exam Study Guide (Robs Portion) For the final examination, you should be able to demonstrate the ability to perform any of the tasks below. 1. Technical reports (in general) A. Assess
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Course: Intro To Engineering
ENG 101/300 Fall 2013 Quiz 2/Assignment 6 Chars, strings, vectors, functions Due date: Saturday November 9, 2013, 23:59 Follow these instructions carefully, for maximum potential exam score This Quiz and Assignment will resemble Exam 2. At least one quest
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Course: Intro To Engineering
ENG101 Reference Card for Second Mid-term: Version 10/30/2001 Addresses The address of a variable is its location in memorytypically some number from between 0 and 232 1. The address of a variable is obtained with the unary & operator. The piece of code c
School: University Of Michigan
Course: Intro To Engineering
ENG101 Reference Card for MATLAB, Revision 12/12/2012 MATLAB Workspace and Variables Assignment The basic variable type in MATLAB is a two-dimensional array of doubles (64-bit representation). A scalar is a 1 1 array. A row vector of length N is a 1 N arr
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C+ Exam answers Sample Engr101: Introduction to Algorithms and Programming Section 100 You are allowed to use the books and your notes. You may not use a calculator, or any calculation app on any electronic
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Eng101W07 Sec 100 Homework 3 Due Friday, January 26, 2007, by 6 PM EST Upload to CTools Site Name: FILL-IN Lab GSI: FILL-IN Lab Section #: FILL-IN A. Preparatory work. With the shortened week, we're short a lecture, so we're going to do a little bit
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Q = heat required to raise the temperature of m pounds of material by deltaT 1. Once you know how many gallons of water you need to heat (w), you'll know how many pounds of water you need to heat ( m = 8.345 * w ). 2. Once you know the current temper
School: University Of Michigan
Engr. 110: Biomedical Engineering Homework 1.) You have been hired by TissueGen Inc. to tissue engineer a skin substitute. Using the design process presented in class, propose a strategy for a skin substitute. Include references for all sources you
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Session 1331 The Engineering Problem-Solving Process: Good for Students? Durward K. Sobek II, Vikas K. Jain Montana State University Abstract As part of an ongoing effort to better understand student problem-solving processes to openended problems, we hav
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Course: Num Meth Engr
Homework 1 - Solutions (1) Convert the following by hand. (a) Convert to base 2: (387.23)10 (387.23)10 = (110000011.0011101011100001010001)2 Chopping after the rst 8 bits of the fractional part is (110000011.00111010)2 . (b) Convert to base 10: (1011000.1
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Course: Num Meth Engr
Introduction to Numerical Methods - Math 471 - Summer 2014 Homework 3 Due: Friday, July 18th Include a cover sheet with your name, the course and the assignment number. Include all of your MATLAB script. At the top of each function or script, place a co
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Course: Engr 101
n article (abbreviated art) is a word (or prefix or suffix) that is used with a noun to indicate the type of reference being made by the noun. Articles specify grammatical definiteness of the noun, in some languages extending to volume or numerical scope.
School: University Of Michigan
Course: Intro To Engineering
1 ENGIN 100: Music Signal Processing PROJECT #1: Tone Synthesizer/Transcriber Professor Andrew E. Yagle Dept. of EECS, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2122 I. ABSTRACT This project teaches you the Matlab Graphical User Interface (GUI) tool
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Course: Intro To Engineering
1 ENGIN 100: Music Signal Processing LAB #3: Discrete Spectral Analysis Professor Andrew E. Yagle Dept. of EECS, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2122 I. ABSTRACT This lab will teach you how to use a tool central to signal processing: spect
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Course: Intro To Engineering
1 ENGIN 100: Music Signal Processing LAB #1: Matlab and Sampling Professor Andrew E. Yagle Dept. of EECS, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2122 I. ABSTRACT This introductory lab will give you some basic tools that will be used in the remain
School: University Of Michigan
Course: Intro To Engineering
1 ENGIN 100: Music Signal Processing LAB #2: Frequencies of Musical Tones Professor Andrew E. Yagle Dept. of EECS, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2122 I. ABSTRACT This lab begins the study of music by determining the frequencies of musica
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Course: Intro To Engineering
1 ENGIN 100: Music Signal Processing PROJECT #3 Music Synthesizer and Transcriber Professor Andrew E. Yagle Dept. of EECS, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2122 I. ABSTRACT This is the main project for the course. It has two parts: (1) Prog
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ENG 490 W15 Design Review #3 guidelines Oral presentation: Tuesday, Thursday February 24,26 Deliverables due: Tuesday, Thursday February 24,26 Design Review #3 Objectives: Determine the quality and depth of engineeri
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ENG 490 W15 Design Review #2 guidelines: Concept Design & Selection Oral presentations: Thursday February 12 and Tuesday February 17 Written report due: Wednesday February 18 by 5 pm Design Review #2 Objectives:
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ENG 490 W15 Design Review #1 guidelines Oral presentation due: January 27 (Tuesday) Written report due: January 28, 5 pm Design Review #1 Objectives: Define the engineering design problem in an abstract Summarize
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Engineering 101 Quote of the Day Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes. - Mahatma Gandhi 2D/3D Data Representation A little something extra: MATLAB Type Conversions n Sometimes conversions are automatic (coercion)
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Erin Nicole Moore ma115-172-w13 (section 172) This is the Derivative Gateway test. Passing on this test is SIX or more correct answers from the seven problems on the test. (incorrect) h(r) = 2ar2 + b , where a and b are r Correct Answers: Problem 1. Diffe
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Course: Engr 101
Engr 101 Section 100 (Revision 8 January 2014) Staff and office hours Paul Kominsky (paulko): M, W after lecture, +TBD Benjamin Baumgarten (bendbaum): TBD Eric Hung (erichung): Brandon LaFleur (bla
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Course: Design In The Real World
University of Michigan College of Engineering Fall 2012 ENGINEERING 100 (Section 200) INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING COURSE GOAL The goal of Engineering 100 is to provide a class-based and project-based overview of engineering that introduces first-year stud
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Course: Introduction To Computers And Programming
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Eng101W07 Sec 100 Homework 3 Due Friday, January 26, 2007, by 6 PM EST Upload to CTools Site Name: FILL-IN Lab GSI: FILL-IN Lab Section #: FILL-IN A. Preparatory work. With the shortened week, we're short a lecture, so we're going to do a little bit
School: University Of Michigan
What will you get from this course? Engineering 101 Lecture 1 9/4/07 Introduction and Policies You will learn how to "think like an engineer" engineer" You will learn about algorithms and how to design/implement them You will learn programming in C
School: University Of Michigan
Q = heat required to raise the temperature of m pounds of material by deltaT 1. Once you know how many gallons of water you need to heat (w), you'll know how many pounds of water you need to heat ( m = 8.345 * w ). 2. Once you know the current temper
School: University Of Michigan
Engr. 110: Biomedical Engineering Homework 1.) You have been hired by TissueGen Inc. to tissue engineer a skin substitute. Using the design process presented in class, propose a strategy for a skin substitute. Include references for all sources you
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Engineering 101 Lecture 21 Project 5 Prof. Michael Falk University of Michigan, College of Engineering Project 5: Rubble Rescue Robot Your job is to write a program that will guide a robot to a person trapped in rubble from a collapsed building.
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Course: Engr 101
n article (abbreviated art) is a word (or prefix or suffix) that is used with a noun to indicate the type of reference being made by the noun. Articles specify grammatical definiteness of the noun, in some languages extending to volume or numerical scope.
School: University Of Michigan
Course: Intro To Engineering
Engineering 100, Section 350 A River Runs through It Winter 2014 Final Exam Study Guide (Robs Portion) For the final examination, you should be able to demonstrate the ability to perform any of the tasks below. 1. Technical reports (in general) A. Assess
School: University Of Michigan
Course: Intro To Engineering
ENG 101/300 Fall 2013 Quiz 2/Assignment 6 Chars, strings, vectors, functions Due date: Saturday November 9, 2013, 23:59 Follow these instructions carefully, for maximum potential exam score This Quiz and Assignment will resemble Exam 2. At least one quest
School: University Of Michigan
Course: Intro To Engineering
ENG101 Reference Card for Second Mid-term: Version 10/30/2001 Addresses The address of a variable is its location in memorytypically some number from between 0 and 232 1. The address of a variable is obtained with the unary & operator. The piece of code c
School: University Of Michigan
Course: Intro To Engineering
ENG101 Reference Card for MATLAB, Revision 12/12/2012 MATLAB Workspace and Variables Assignment The basic variable type in MATLAB is a two-dimensional array of doubles (64-bit representation). A scalar is a 1 1 array. A row vector of length N is a 1 N arr
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Loops 2 Lecture 10: 6 Oct 2014 Kominsky Iteration Lets say x = 0 What happens if we did x = sqrt(1+x) ? Now x is 1 Do x = sqrt(1+x) again, and x would be 1.4142 Do x = sqrt(1+x) again, and x would be 1.5538 Lets set format long in Matlab. What if we kept
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Iteration Lecture 09: 1 Oct 2014 Kominsky Project 2 Whats the error? If x<0 disp(negative) else x=0 disp(zero) end The else should be elseif Output variable must be set if condition1 move=1 elseif condition2 move=2 elseif condition3 move=3 end If move is
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Conditional expressions Lecture 3: 10 Sep 2014 Kominsky Announcements If you know of exam conflicts or other special arrangements, let us know Project 1 available Project 1 Determine center and radius of circle through three points Today A bit about funct
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Matlab Lecture 2: 8 Sep 2014 Kominsky Announcements Lab 1 is due this Friday Turn in 3 files as attachments under assignments in ctools Today Remote login with Caen VNC Identifiers or variables Math expressions in Matlab From algorithms to programs Algori
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Functions Lecture 5: 17 Sep 2014 Kominsky Today Followup to flags Functions Survey at 10:15 Procedural abstraction Divide algorithms into simpler modules Express algorithmic components so they can be reused and combined in different ways Provide a standar
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Group activity Matrices 9/15/2014 Discuss the following questions in your group and document what you came up with in an email to paulko@umich.edu with E101 in the subject line. Please include your group number
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Vectors and matrices Lecture 4: 15 Sep 2014 Kominsky Announcements HW 1 in Test Center 15 questions over Ch 1 & 2 Project 1 in Resources There is an executable for preliminary scoring Today Overview of chapter 2 Group work Getting at parts of vectors and
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Debugging Lecture 6: 22 Sep 2014 Kominsky Announcements Email reminder: include E101 in subject line Announcements Incompletes If you fall ill during the term, get a note from the hospital or doctor when you go, and contact your instructors With documenta
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Selection Lecture 7: 24 Sep 2014 Kominsky Announcements Project 2 Selection Selective execution of steps based on specified condition Greatest Common Factor 1: Request a value for a 2: Request a value for b 3: if a b then assign b to c 4: if a < b then as
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Selection II: Logic and vectors Lecture 08: 29 Sep 2014 Kominsky Today Project 2 Selection without if-else A bit about symbolic logic Review: accessing array elements Project 2 sensors is a 3x3 matrix sensors(2,2) is the value where the bot is currently
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C+ Exam answers Sample Engr101: Introduction to Algorithms and Programming Section 100 You are allowed to use the books and your notes. You may not use a calculator, or any calculation app on any electronic
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Exam 1 Answers Winter 2014 Semester ENGR 101: Introduction to Algorithms and Programming Section 300 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
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Exam 1 Winter 2014 Semester ENGR 101: Introduction to Algorithms and Programming Section 300 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
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C+ Exam Sample Engr101: Introduction to Algorithms and Programming Section 100 You are allowed to use the books and your notes. You may not use a calculator, or any calculation app on any electronic device.
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Exam 2 Answers Winter 2014 Semester ENGR 101: Introduction to Algorithms and Programming Section 300 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
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Exam 2 Winter 2014 Semester ENGR 101: Introduction to Algorithms and Programming Section 300 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
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ENGR101EXAM2 WINTER2014 EXAM2 ENGR101:INTRODUCTIONTOCOMPUTERSANDPROGRAMMING WINTER2014:SECTION200:MONDAY,17MARCH RULES: This is an open book and open note exam, which means you are allowed to use your bookand/oranynotesyoumayhavewrittenthroughoutthedurati
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Exam2 Fall2013Semester ENGR101:IntroductiontoAlgorithmsandProgramming Section200 Youareallowedtousethebooksandyournotes. Youmaynotuseelectronicdevices:including,butnotlimitedto,calculators,laptops,andphones. YoumaynotaccesstheInternetinanyway. Youmaynotu
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Introduction to computer and programming Chapter 4: Control statements Manuel 1/23 Outline 1 Conditional expressions 2 Loops 3 More on loops and conditional expressions 2/23 The if statement If it rains, then I take an umbrella. Structure in MATLAB: if ex
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Introduction to computer and programming Chapter 5: Functions and recursion Manuel 1/28 Outline 1 Basics on functions 2 Common MATLAB functions 3 Recursion 2/28 From script to function Script: Sequence of MATLAB statements No input/output arguments Ope
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Introduction to Computer and Programming Chapter 1: Computers and Programming Languages Manuel 1/22 Outline 1 A brief history of computing 2 Understanding Computers 3 Understanding Programming 2/22 Ancient Era Abacus (-2700) Antikythera mechanism (-100) 3
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Introduction to computer and programming Chapter 2: Introduction to MATLAB Manuel Charlemagne 1/27 Outline 1 MATLAB or not MATLAB 2 Before starting with MATLAB 3 A rst glimpse into MATLAB 2/27 Mathematical softwares Axiom MATLAB GAP Maxima gp Octave
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Introduction to computer and programming Chapter 10: Arrays and pointers Manuel 1/28 Outline 1 Arrays 2 Pointers 3 Pointers and arrays 2/28 What is an array? Array: indexed collection of values of a same type (e.g. array of integers, oats. . . ), rst inde
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Introduction to computer and programming Chapter 6: Plotting in MATLAB Manuel Charlemagne 1/22 Outline 1 2D plotting 2 3D plotting 3 Curve tting 2/22 General plotting process 1 Use plotting tools or functions to create a graph 2 Extract data info/perform
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Introduction to computer and programming Chapter 9: Syntax and control statements Manuel 1/21 Outline 1 General syntax 2 Conditional statements 3 Loops 2/21 Program structure First lines Function name Input Output Brackets End of line 3/21 Blocks bl
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Introduction to computer and programming Chapter 8: Data types in C Manuel 1/16 Outline 1 Basics on data types 2 More on data types 3 Beyond data types 2/16 Types of variables 3 main categories of variables: Constant variables: #define PI=3.14159 Global
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Introduction to computer and programming Chapter 7: Introduction to C Manuel 1/21 Outline 1 What is C? 2 From C to machine code 3 Libraries and functions 2/21 A bit of history Unix OS implemented in assembly New hardware new possibilities New possibili
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Introduction to computer and programming Chapter 3: Data types and structures Manuel 1/21 Outline 1 Data types 2 Arrays and matrices 3 Structures 2/21 What are data types? How numbers are represented in the computer Determine the amount of storage alloc
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Course: Intro To Engineering
Engineering 100 TC:The Forms and Organization of Technical Documents E.S. Hildinger If you havent done any of that. ! ! Its not too late! Start TODAY. Well be looking over your log at your rst team conference. which you should be thinking about scheduling
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Course: Intro To Engineering
Heres what successful TC requires Understanding the audience for a particular piece of communication Analyzing your task Knowing the purpose of the communication Organizing, writing, and formatting your communication so as to produce ease of use -that
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Course: Intro To Engineering
Proposals can be formal.like Engineering 100 TC: Memos & the Proposal E. S. Hildinger Grant proposals (to NIH, NSF, etc.) Responses to RFPs Dissertation proposals They typically contain FIXED ELEMENTS in a fairly FIXED ORDER. Whats a proposal? Formal p
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Course: Intro To Engineering
Maybe you dont believe ME. Engineering 100: The Technical Communication, Ethics, and Teamworking Components thats okay. just believe this (attributed to some big name at MIT): E.S. Hildinger Engineers who cant write work for engineers who can. 3 Why study
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Course: Intro To Engineering
Graphics design and use have an ethical dimension Engineering 100 TC: Graphics, Part 2 E.S. Hildinger 27 February 2014 Title of Graph Some points covered in the TC text Choose the type of graphic you use carefully Include necessary labels, legends, and
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Course: Intro To Engineering
for example, Engineering 100.100 Formal Features of Technical Documents, Part 2 E.S. Hildinger I didnt mark every format problem especially note formatting of graphics I didnt always write youll need to use in-text citations -but you will I didnt alwa
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Course: Intro To Engineering
What do we mean by ethics? Preparation for ethics workshop For our purpose, ethics means several things: Read the ethics chapter (posted in RESOURCES: Ethics material) and the ethics lecture notes (posted in RESOURCES: Lecture Notes) systems for analyz
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Course: Intro To Engineering
Todays focus: Engineering 100.100: Argumentation & Persuasion ! What we mean by argumentation ! How its different from persuasion ! Why its important in technical writing ! How to construct arguments E. S. Hildinger 20 February 2014 A few words about IWA
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Course: Intro To Engineering
Why is most important ! Engineering 100 TC & Ethics: Documentation This is a place where communication and ethics come together ! E.S. Hildinger February 6, 2014 ! Youll see another when we talk about graphics Understanding why citation of sources matters
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Course: Intro To Engineering
PROJECT, PART 1 PRODUCING A SUCCESSFUL WR 1 E.S. Hildinger 18 March 2014 TIPS FOR DOING WELL Team Project: Description and Assignment For your term project, you will investigate the engineering aspects of an orthopedic implant or medical device and produc
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Course: Intro To Engineering
The formal specs are on your Style Sheet Engineering 100.100: Guidelines -WR 1 & OP 1 ! Follow memo format strictly ! Incorporate your graphics ! Incorporate your sources E.S. Hildinger ! ! ! ! Guidelines for WR 1: ! Written Report 1 is a short informal r
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Course: Intro To Engineering
The plain truth. Engineering 100 TC: Clear Language E.S. Hildinger This material is technical. It has a specialized technical vocabulary. Not knowing that vocabulary makes everything much harder. You can use the guidelines without learning the vocabula
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Course: Intro To Engineering
Some typical answers. Engineering 100.100 Teamworking Basics E.S. Hildinger Our team had the problem of not having common goals. Some of us cared a lot more than the others about doing well and getting a good grade. We would put things off and then have
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Course: Intro To Engineering
EDITING PRACTICE FOR FINAL EXAM The editing question on the nal exam will include two sentence sets, one of which will be taken from the sentence sets below. Practice spotting the problems and revising the sentences to eliminate them. Concentrate on (1) c
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Introduction to Algorithms and Programs Exam #1 review ENGR 101 Section 100 Dr Rick Niciejewski Space Physics Research Laboratory Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Sciences Department University of Michigan 7-OCT-2013 ENGR101, Section 100 Exam1 review, Dr.
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Exam #3 review ENGR 101 Section 100 Dr Rick Niciejewski Space Physics Research Laboratory Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Sciences Department University of Michigan 11-DEC-2013 ENGR101, Section 100 Exam3 review, Dr. R. Niciejewski Pg 1 Lecture Goals Exam
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Exam #2 review ENGR 101 Section 100 Dr Rick Niciejewski Space Physics Research Laboratory Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Sciences Department University of Michigan 4-NOV-2013 ENGR101, Section 100 Exam2 review, Dr. R. Niciejewski Pg 1 Lecture Goals Exam
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Course: Intro To Engineering
1 ENGIN 100: Music Signal Processing Synthesis of Simple Music Signals Professor Andrew E. Yagle Dept. of EECS, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2122 I. ABSTRACT These notes are a quick introduction to synthesis of musical signals. They foc
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Course: Intro To Engineering
TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION EXAM 2 REVIEW 1. TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION VS. ESSAY a. Review workshop comparing style, language, organization, content b. Study Chapter 1 (Know General Characteristics; Tone, Level, Conciseness) c. Study lecture slides, handouts an
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Engineering101 Exam3Review QuoteoftheDay Yourealmostdone! Outline n IntrotoMATLABandMatrices n ScriptandFunctionFiles n MATLABProgramming n SubarraysandVectorization n PlottinginMATLAB C+vs.MATLAB n n n n n Compiled Fast PredefinedLibraries CustomDesign D
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MICHIGAN UNDERGRADUATE GUEST APPLICATION (Please follow the instructions on the reverse side of this page) PART I (To be completed by applicant) 1. Name: Moore Erin Last First (Maiden) Nicole Middle 2. *Social Security #: _ _ F 3. *Sex: M s 4. *Birth Date
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2/26/13 Restitution of Cultural Property | United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization UNESCO Culture Themes Movable Heritage and Museums Restitution of Cultural Property Movable Heritage and Intergovernmental Museums Committee for Pr
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Course: Microprocessors And Toys
Cici Lu 593 Mosher Jordan 200 Observatory Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 January 10, 2012 Mr. John von Neumann Director of Personnel Little Toy Blue 1 Varsity Drive, Suite 1973 Ann Arbor, MI 48108 Dear Mr. von Neumann: Im writing to you to convey my potential
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Michael Noeske ENGR 417 Assignment 4 CreativeEntrepreneurship Sean Combs is a rapper, record producer, actor, and subsequently a nontraditional entrepreneur from New York. Combs began his career as marketing intern with Uptown Records; he primarily served
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What will you get from this course? Engineering 101 Lecture 1 9/4/07 Introduction and Policies You will learn how to "think like an engineer" engineer" You will learn about algorithms and how to design/implement them You will learn programming in C
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Engineering 101 Lecture 21 Project 5 Prof. Michael Falk University of Michigan, College of Engineering Project 5: Rubble Rescue Robot Your job is to write a program that will guide a robot to a person trapped in rubble from a collapsed building.
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Iteration Lecture 09: 1 Oct 2014 Kominsky Project 2 Whats the error? If x<0 disp(negative) else x=0 disp(zero) end The else should be elseif Output variable must be set if condition1 move=1 elseif condition2 move=2 elseif condition3 move=3 end If move is
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Debugging Lecture 6: 22 Sep 2014 Kominsky Announcements Email reminder: include E101 in subject line Announcements Incompletes If you fall ill during the term, get a note from the hospital or doctor when you go, and contact your instructors With documenta
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Introduction to Numerical Methods - Math 471 - Summer 2014 Homework 2 Due: Friday, July 11th Include a cover sheet with your name, the course and the assignment number. Include all of your MATLAB script. At the top of each function or script, place a co
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Engin 100-900 Name: Rebekah Menchak Winter 2014 Peer Evaluation (1) of Team Members for Project Teams (20 Points) Please fill out this form and submit it to C-Tools by April 21, 2014. Please rate yourself and each of your team members. Use a scale from 1
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Entrepreneurship Assignment 3 Michael Noeske Many high school students never have the opportunity to pitch an idea or project as a team. I was fortunate enough to have multiple opportunities to do this while I was in high school. In the 12th grade during
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Entrepreneurship Assignment 1 Michael Noeske What Entrepreneurship Means to Me Although the subject of entrepreneurship is very broad and even somewhat ambiguous, the conceptual idea I hold is something that I am very interested in. In fact, I have been i
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Michael Noeske Engineering 417 Assignment 6 February 9, 2012 Brian Wong Brian Wong has shown to be a successful entrepreneur already in his young career. With his invention of kiip, he became the youngest entrepreneur to ever receive venture capital accor
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ECE 565 Homework 2 Do homework problems in Phillips Text for next class: 2-4. Find the z-transform of the number sequence generated by sampling e(t) at T seconds beginning at t = 0. 2(1 - -5s ) where L{e(t)} = E(s) = s( s + 2) T = 1second E1(s) = 2
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Programming Languages ENGR 101, Section 100 C+ HOMEWORK #1 Issued: Feb. 9, 2008, 9:00am Due: Feb. 15, 2008, 10:00pm 1. Construct a truth table for the function f produced by the circuit of Figure 1. Also write a logical test expression that will ch
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Eng101W07 Sec 100 Homework 9: Graphs, Adjacency matrices, and Hubs 1. [10 pts.] Load up adjacency matrices for star and line graphs Write functions to create adjacency matrices for star and line graphs for an arbitrary number of vertices. To simplify
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Math 216 (Section 50) 1 (1.14) Written Homework #1 Solutions Fall 2007 y1 y1 = 3e3x = y1 = 32 e3x = 9 e3x = 9y1 . y1 Therefore y1 is a solution of the differential equation y = 9y. y2 y2 = -3e-3x = y2 = (-3)2 e-3x = 9 e-3x = 9y2 . y2 Therefor
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Math 216 (Section 50) Written Homework #3 Solutions Fall 2007 1 (2.42) The IVP (Initial Value Problem) to solve is y = f (x, y), where f (x, y) = 2y. With (x0 , y0 ) = (0, 1/2), and a given value of h, Euler's method looks like the following: y1
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Math 216 (Section 50) 1 (3.12) Verification Written Homework #4 Solutions Fall 2007 y1 = (cos 2x) = -2 sin 2x, Thus y1 = -2(sin 2x) = -4 cos 2x = -4y1 . y1 + 4y1 = 0. Also y2 = (sin 2x) = 2 cos 2x, Thus y2 + 4y2 = 0. Particular Solution Set y
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Math 216 (Section 50) Written Homework #5 Solutions Fall 2007 1 (3.34) For the given differential equation 2y - 7y + 3y = 0, the characteristic equation is 2r2 - 7r + 3 = 0, which can be factored as follows: (2r - 1)(r - 3) = 0. Thus we have r =
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Math 216 (Section 50) 1 (3.51) Let us assume Written Homework #6 Solutions Fall 2007 yp (x) = A e3x . Plugging this into the equation, we have 9A e3x + 16A e3x = e3x = 25A e3x = e3x = 25A = 1 = A = Therefore yp (x) = 2 (3.53) Let us assume yp (x)
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Math 216 (Section 50) 1 (4.14) Let us first rewrite Let us define Written Homework #7 Solutions Fall 2007 2 5 ln t 1 x(3) - x + 2 x + 3 x = 3 . t t t t x1 := x, x2 := x = x1 , x3 := x = x2 . Therefore the given differential equations are rewritt
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Math 216 (Section 50) 1 (5.12) (a) Since BC = we have 3 -4 5 1 Written Homework #8 Solutions Fall 2007 0 2 -12 10 = , 3 -1 3 9 2 -3 4 7 -9 -11 47 -9 AB = 2 -3 4 7 3 -4 -9 -11 = , 5 1 47 -9 A(BC) = and (AB)C = Therefore A(BC) = (AB)C. (b) We c
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Math 216 (Section 50) 1 (7.44) t Written Homework #11 Solutions Fall 2007 t t f (t) g(t) := 0 t f ( ) g(t - ) d = 0 f (t - ) g( ) d = 0 (t - )2 cos d = 0 (t2 - 2t + 2 ) cos d t t t = t2 0 cos d - 2t 0 cos d + 0 2 cos d Now
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n article (abbreviated art) is a word (or prefix or suffix) that is used with a noun to indicate the type of reference being made by the noun. Articles specify grammatical definiteness of the noun, in some languages extending to volume or numerical scope.
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1 ENGIN 100: Music Signal Processing PROJECT #1: Tone Synthesizer/Transcriber Professor Andrew E. Yagle Dept. of EECS, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2122 I. ABSTRACT This project teaches you the Matlab Graphical User Interface (GUI) tool
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1 ENGIN 100: Music Signal Processing LAB #3: Discrete Spectral Analysis Professor Andrew E. Yagle Dept. of EECS, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2122 I. ABSTRACT This lab will teach you how to use a tool central to signal processing: spect
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1 ENGIN 100: Music Signal Processing LAB #1: Matlab and Sampling Professor Andrew E. Yagle Dept. of EECS, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2122 I. ABSTRACT This introductory lab will give you some basic tools that will be used in the remain
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1 ENGIN 100: Music Signal Processing LAB #2: Frequencies of Musical Tones Professor Andrew E. Yagle Dept. of EECS, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2122 I. ABSTRACT This lab begins the study of music by determining the frequencies of musica
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1 ENGIN 100: Music Signal Processing PROJECT #3 Music Synthesizer and Transcriber Professor Andrew E. Yagle Dept. of EECS, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2122 I. ABSTRACT This is the main project for the course. It has two parts: (1) Prog
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1 ENGIN 100: Music Signal Processing PROJECT #2 Touch-Tone Synthesizer and Analyzer Professor Andrew E. Yagle Dept. of EECS, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2122 I. ABSTRACT Now that you have acquired some tools for analyzing frequencies a
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Cici Lu Memory: memory[0] = 12 memory[1] = 30 memory[2] = 32 memory[3] = 31 memory[4] = 11 memory[5] = 38 memory[6] = 42 memory[7] = 45 memory[8] = 16 memory[9] = 20 memory[10] = 39 memory[11] = 0 memory[12] = 1 memory[13] = 41 memory[14] = 28 memory[15]
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Lab 6 Binary & More Iteration ENGR 101 Lab 6 - Binary & More Iteration This lab will teach you about how data is represented on a computer (binary) and inform you about forloops. Background This lab will have two disjoint parts, the first d
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Lab 4 Iteration & Selection ENGR 101 Lab 4 - Iteration & Selection In this lab, you will learn the basics of iteration (loops) and selection (if, else if, and else). This should help you create much more powerful programs that can crunch through a lot of
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Lab 3 - File I/O In this lab, we are going to practice basic file input and output for C+. Syntax for what you need to accomplish will not be included for everything; you will need to refer to lecture 4 or other resources for syntax review. Part 0: Templa
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Lab 2 - Basic I/O, Functions, and Procedures In this lab you will learn the basics of console input/output, fun ctions, and pr ocedures. By the end of this lab you should have enough knowledge to build basic C+ program s to do simple calculations. Backgro
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Lab 1 Activities Basic Linux commands Program creation and compilation Style and commenting Using the Linux/UNIX operating system (to work in your engr101 directory): * Note: In the above fi
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Lab 5 Thursday and Friday, Sep 25th and 26th Concepts: Iteration Conditionals Loops ("Groundhog Day" Programming) You are a frustrated reporter from Pittsburgh, PA going to Punxsutawney, PA to cover the Groundhog Day festivities. You find that you are li
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ENG 490 W15 Design Review #2 guidelines: Concept Design & Selection Oral presentations: Thursday February 12 and Tuesday February 17 Written report due: Wednesday February 18 by 5 pm Design Review #2 Objectives:
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ENG 490 W15 Design Review #1 guidelines Oral presentation due: January 27 (Tuesday) Written report due: January 28, 5 pm Design Review #1 Objectives: Define the engineering design problem in an abstract Summarize
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