 # Part 1: Resultant Vector Write a MATLAB function M-file named ResV...

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Part 1: Resultant Vector Write a MATLAB function M-file named ResVec to compute the resultant of two vectors. Each of these vectors is a separate input to the function. They are in polar form, magnitude and angle, in degrees. The output vector is also in polar form. The output angle must always be positive, measured from the positive x-axis. The input angles may be negative. Examples: >> vec2 - ; >> vecR - ResVec(vecl,vec2) vecR - 1.4142 45.0000 >> r1 - [5 - -25]; >> r2 - [10 295] ; >> ResVec (r1, r2) ans - 14.1987 308.0825 Code Restrictions You may not use MATLAB built - in functions that convert coordinates between polar and Cartesian form. You may not use atan2 or atan2d. Use of these functions will result in a zero for the project. Input Restrictions: The function should return a red error message for the following conditions. Not having both a magnitude and angle in the input arguments The input angles must be between - -360 and 360 Part 2: Resultant Vector plotting Write a MATLAB script M-file named ResVecPlot to a) Plot the example input vectors from Part 1, and their resultants, as shown below. 15 - o is * <> - * , is - a . the All vectors are drawn from the origin. Notice that each graph axis has been adjusted, and that there is a legend. b) Print the resultant vectors to the screen using fprintf, as shown below: Vector #1 magnitude: 1 Vector 41 direction: 0 degrees Vector 42 magnitude: 1 Vector 42 direction: 90 degrees resultant vector magnitude: 1.414 resultant vector direction: 45 degrees Vector 41 magnitude: 5 Vector 41 direction: -25 degrees Vector 42 magnitude: 10 Vector 42 direction: 295 degrees resultant vector magnitude: 14.2 resultant vector direction: 308.08degrees The script file should call (use) the function ResVec from Part 1 to compute the resultant vector. No credit will be given if the resultant vector is computed any other way.

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function Main()
vec1=[1 0];
vec2=[1 90];
vecR1=ResVec(vec1,vec2)

v1=[5 -25];
v2=[10 295];

vecR2=ResVec(v1,v2)

%We change in cartesian coordinates
vec1=[1 0]; x1=vec1(1)*cos(vec1(2)*pi/180); y1=vec1(1)*sin(vec1(2)*pi/180);
vec2=[1 90];x2=vec2(1)*cos(vec2(2)*pi/180); y2=vec2(1)*sin(vec2(2)*pi/180);
X1=vecR1(1)*cos(vecR1(2)*pi/180); Y1=vecR1(1)*sin(vecR1(2)*pi/180);
clf
hold on
xlim([-1 1.5])
ylim([-1 1.5])
set(gca,'ytick',0:.5:5)
set(gca,'xtick',0:.5:5)
plot([0 x1],[0 y1],'r',[0 x2],[0 y2],'b',[0 X1],[0 Y1],'k')
legend('vec1','vec2','vecR1=vec1+vec2')

hold off
v1=[5 -25]; x1=v1(1)*cos(v1(2)*pi/180); y1=v1(1)*sin(v1(2)*pi/180);
v2=[10 295];x2=v2(1)*cos(v2(2)*pi/180); y2=vec2(1)*sin(v2(2)*pi/180);
vecR2=ResVec(v1,v2...

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