11/16/2016
Homework Quiz 4: 2016FA_GEN_ENG_205-1_ALL_SECTIONS
Homework Quiz 4
Due Oct 20 at 6am
Time Limit None
Points 190
Questions 19
Available Oct 13 at 1pm - Oct 20 at 6am 7 days
This quiz was locked Oct 20 at 6am.
Attempt History
LATEST
Attempt
Time
11/16/2016
Homework Quiz 3: 2016FA_GEN_ENG_205-1_ALL_SECTIONS
Homework Quiz 3
Due Oct 13 at 6am
Time Limit None
Points 170
Questions 20
Available Oct 6 at 1pm - Oct 13 at 6am 7 days
This quiz was locked Oct 13 at 6am.
Attempt History
LATEST
Attempt
Time
S
11/16/2016
Homework Quiz 6: 2016FA_GEN_ENG_205-1_ALL_SECTIONS
Homework Quiz 6
Due Nov 3 at 6am
Time Limit None
Points 230
Questions 23
Available Oct 27 at 3pm - Nov 3 at 6am 7 days
This quiz was locked Nov 3 at 6am.
Attempt History
LATEST
Attempt
Time
Sco
11/16/2016
Homework Quiz 5: 2016FA_GEN_ENG_205-1_ALL_SECTIONS
Homework Quiz 5
Due Oct 27 at 6am
Time Limit None
Points 220
Questions 22
Available Oct 20 at 1pm - Oct 27 at 6am 7 days
This quiz was locked Oct 27 at 6am.
Attempt History
LATEST
Attempt
Time
11/16/2016
Homework Quiz 7: 2016FA_GEN_ENG_205-1_ALL_SECTIONS
Homework Quiz 7
Due Nov 10 at 6am
Time Limit None
Points 180
Questions 18
Available Nov 3 at 3pm - Nov 10 at 6am 7 days
This quiz was locked Nov 10 at 6am.
Attempt History
LATEST
Attempt
Time
S
11/16/2016
Homework Quiz 2: 2016FA_GEN_ENG_205-1_ALL_SECTIONS
Homework Quiz 2
Due Oct 6 at 6am
Time Limit None
Points 160
Questions 16
Available Sep 29 at 2pm - Oct 6 at 6am 7 days
This quiz was locked Oct 6 at 6am.
Attempt History
LATEST
Attempt
Time
Sco
11/16/2016
Homework Quiz 1: 2016FA_GEN_ENG_205-1_ALL_SECTIONS
Homework Quiz 1
Due Sep 29 at 6am
Time Limit None
Points 170
Questions 17
Available Sep 22 at 7pm - Sep 29 at 6am 6 days
Instructions
Feel free to check your answers in Matlab before you submit
EA-I Fall 2015: Course Schedule and Reading Assignments
The Chapman section numbers are from the 2009 second edition of Essentials of MATLAB Programming.
Date
9/21
Week
1
Week
2
Week
3
Week
4
Week
5
Day
Topics
Reading Assignments
Mon
Overview of E
EA1 Lectures 1 & 2
Overview of Engineering Analysis
Traditional engineering curriculum includes courses in
Newtonian mechanics or Physics 1
computer programming
statics and dynamics
linear algebra
differential equations
1
Overview of Engineering Analysis
EA1 Lectures 3, 4, & 5
Solving PageRank using left division
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
% assume problem data d, H already defined
N = size(H ,1);
% set up equations
A = eye(N) - d*H;
b = (1-d)*ones(N ,1);
% solve using left division
x = A\b;
1
PageRank for large n
Engineering Analysis I
Case study
Google PageRank
Abstract
This case study serves to introduce the basic problem of linear algebra, a system of linear
equations. We discuss how one can solve such a system in MATLAB using either direct or
iterative methods
MATLAB Basics
1
Introduction
The purpose of this tutorial is to present basics of MATLAB. Our goal is to provide sufficient information to
give you a good start. We do not assume any prior knowledge of this package. The emphasis here is learning
by doing.
Plotting and Flow Controls
1
1.1
Basic Plotting
Introduction
MATLAB has an excellent set of graphic tools. Plotting a given data set or the results of computation is
possible with very few commands. You are highly encouraged to plot mathematical functions
EA1 Homework Program 2: Monte Carlo Simulation
Due Thursday, Oct. 6, 2016, at 6:00am
In this homework you will write a MATLAB program to compute the probability of a
random event. Since probability measures the chance of a particular outcome of an experim
Mathematical Functions and
Matrix Operations
1
Mathematical functions
MATLAB offers many predefined mathematical expressions which contain a large set of mathematical functions. The commands doc elfun and doc specfun call up full lists of elementary and s
EA-1
Fall 2016
Homework Program 3
In this assignment you will write a Matlab script file that simulates a series of simple betting games. Each
game can be interpreted as a race with N > 1 contestants and consists of the following steps:
The computer gene
EA1 Homework Program 1: Calculating PageRank
In this assignment, you will use the Matlab editor to write a script M-file that performs some
calculations related to the PageRank case study. The top of your M-file should have comments with
the homework prog
Engineering Analysis 4
Practice Problems for the Second Exam
Note - that books, notes and calculators cannot be used during the exam.
1- Check that y1 = sin 2x, : sin 2(22 + 7r/4), yg :2 sin 2(33 + 7172) are solutions of the
equation y” + 43; = 0. Which o
Honors Engineering Analysis I
Midterm#2
Fall 2014
NAME:
The exam is closed book, closed notes and you may NOT use your computer
or any other electronic device.
Show all your work and clearly indicate your answers in the space provided.
Only work includ
Honors EA1, Homework #7: Encryption and error correction
In this assignment, you will implement as MATLAB functions both the encryption and
the error correction schemes presented in class. The combination of these schemes can be
pictured as follows:
corru
Honors EA1, Supplemental Notes: Error Detecting Codes/Hamming
codes
In the third case study we considered the problem of encryption. This can viewed as a
form of coding. In general, by coding we mean some rule for taking strings of characters and
transfor
Writing the solution to a dierential equation
http:/www.codecogs.com/latex/eqneditor.php
http:/www.editlatex.com/
Mathematicians type math using a language called laTeX. You do not need to learn laTeX, but
typing your solution steps to a dierential equati
Major Topics
Properties of linear second order equations with nonconstant coefcients
Coefcients are functions of the independent variable (nonconstant)
Solutions have superposition properties stemming from linearity
Every possible solution to the equa
EA4 - Numerical Stability
1
Introduction
The purpose of this document is to provide information regarding the stability of numerical
schemes. We will start by investigating the stability of explicit schemes, using Eulers method
(sometimes called forward E
Engineering Analysis 4
Lab Assignment 2
Convergence
1.
Introduction
The goal of this assignment is to evaluate the convergence of the Euler, improved Euler, and
Runge-Kutta methods for a particular differential equation, and to compare these methods to
Ma
EA4, Winter 2015. Project 01.
Report due 20 January 2015, 9am
Milestone due 16 January 2015, 6pm
For this project you will examine data from two datasets of objects falling. The rst is a falling
whie ball and the second is a falling badminton birdie. This