MATLAB Assignment 1
Exercise 1.1 Code: log (20) / log (8) ans = Output: 1.4406
Exercise 1.2 Code: m = -3:0.4:12 Matlab adds 0.4 to the result of every single variable ranging from -3 and ending until it reaches 12. The function m(26) is the 26th function
Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors, More Direction Fields and Systems of ODEs
First let us speak a bit about eigenvalues. Defn. An eigenvalue of an nxn matrix A means a scalar (perhaps a complex number) such that Av=v has a solution v which is not the 0 vector.
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Math 20D.
Midterm Exam 1
October 24, 2008
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MATH 20D - Practice Exam #1
The exam covers Sections 1.1-3.2 (inclusive) minus 2.8 and 2.9
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each problem is worth the same number of points
1) a) Find an integrating factor u for y’ - xy
Daisy Torres Math 20 D Moe Ebrahimi David Lipshutz B06 Thu 1:00 p.m.
Exercise 2.1
a) Sketch (by hand, without using MATLAB) the direction field of the following differential equation: dy/dx = y/5. b) On your direction field, add a curve that approximates
MATH 20D
LAB1
B06
Aliaksandr Sumak
A13222273
Exercise 1.1
> log(20)/log(8)
ans =
1.4406
Exercise 1.2
m = -1:0.3:13
It created a list of values from -3 to 12 in increments of 0.4.
The syntax can be summarized as: list = begin:increment:end, where list is t