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Part 2 - Designing the filter The frequency at which the pe...

Part 2 - Designing the filter The frequency at which the peaks occur is the fundamental frequency of the noise component. We have to design a filter that suppresses this frequency while keeping intact the rest of the frequencies. For the purpose of this experiment, we will be designing a bandsto...

BINARY TEMPLATE: EXERCISE 1: Convert the following binary n...

BINARY TEMPLATE: EXERCISE 1: Convert the following binary number to its base ten equivalent, using the binary template method: 11011 EXERCISE 2: Convert the following binary number to its base ten equivalent, using the binary template method: 10101101 EXERCISE 3: Convert the following binary ...

Exercise 1 (1 pt): clear; clc a = 6; b = - 3; for m = 9:...

Exercise 1 (1 pt): clear; clc a = 6; b = - 3; for m = 9:-2:1 if mod (m, 2) == 1 b = b - a; else a = a + b; end end a b Exercise 2 (1 pt): clear; clc a = [1, 3, - -5, - -7, 0] ; b = [ - -4, 2, - -10, 8 , - -6]; for m = 2:4 if mod (m,2) == 1 == a (m) = a (m) - b (m-1) ; else b (m+...

1) a) Write a MATLAB function that calculates the ordinary s...

1) a) Write a MATLAB function that calculates the ordinary sum of squares objective function OSS(Emax,EC50,C,E) for the Emax model: and the data in the table: C, mg/mL E,% 1 1.04 10 9.05 100 50.41 1000 91.22 10000 99.49 b) Write a MATLAB function that minimizes OSS(Emax,EC50,C,E) for ...

Forced Equations and Resonance In this laboratory we take a...

Forced Equations and Resonance In this laboratory we take a deeper look at second-order nonhomogeneous equations. We will concentrate on equations with a periodic harmonic forcing term. This will lead to a study of the phenomenon known as resonance. The equation we consider has the form dt²...

Part 1a: Resultant Vector (again) Write a MATLAB function M...

Part 1a: Resultant Vector (again) Write a MATLAB function M-file named ResVec2 to compute a resultant vector. There is just one input argument to the function, a matrix of size m x 2, where m is the number of vectors to be summed. The vectors are in polar form, magnitude and angle, in degrees. Th...

1. Solve the following system of ODEs using MATLAB builtin o...

1. Solve the following system of ODEs using MATLAB builtin ode solver (ode45) for t in 10, 300). x = kiy - a a" + y" y' = k.x. - k1y + y" a + Y - By an + y" (a) Take Parameters: n = 4,k = 0.01, k1 = 2, 8 = 1;7 = 1,a = 1,0 = 10 and xo = 1,yo = 1. Plot time ...

Construct a system of 4 nonlinear equations using the combin...

Construct a system of 4 nonlinear equations using the combination of sin (xi), cos(xi), xi², xi³, exp(xi), i = 1,2,3,4. The equation format looks like the following: f1(x) = sin(x1) + 2x2²-X3X4² - + X4 = 0. You can use any combinations, but try to be relatively simple. Then, y...

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