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This note reviews basic facts about complex numbers. You are assumed to already be familiar
with this material, and it will form an essential part of virtually all the calculations we do in this
course. Review this material
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Due February 2, 2017
Answer the questions below. You must show all of your work to receive full credit. If you work on
this assignment in a group, remember to give the name(s) of your study partner(s).
Question #1 [20 pts]
For F 0 = 5
ENAE 414: Homework 2
Due February 16, 2017
Answer the questions below. You must show all of your work to receive full credit. If you work on
this assignment in a group, remember to give the name(s) of your study partner(s).
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ENAE 432: Aerospace Control Systems
Problem Set #2
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Due By: 10 Feb. 2017
Question 1:
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Homework 2
Due Wed, Feb. 15th, 2017
Please Use Dr. Lees Sign Conventions (see beginning of Chapter 2)!
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Problems due in class on Wednesday, 8 Feb 2017
Problem 1 Glass Half Empty or Glass Half Full?
Given a glass half full of liquid by volume or height, what is the Margin of Safety (MS) if you want to
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ENAE 202: Aerospace Computing
Homework #1
Issued: 13 Jul 2016
Due By: 15 Jul 2016
A cubic polynomial is defined by the equation
f (x) = ax3 + bx2 + cx + d
The zeros or roots of this fun
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As you probably know, a system of simultaneous linear equations is equivalent to a
matrixvector problem of the form Ax = b. If the number and n
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An objective function quantifying the performance to weight ratio for an aircraft
design can be expre
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Issued: 15 July 2016
Due By: 19 July 2016
The altitude y(t) (in meters) of an experimental UAV under autopilot control is given
by
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Write a complete C+ program which will allow the user to enter on the keyboard the
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Fall 2015
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