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Consider the initial boundary value problem (IBVP) for the 1...

Consider the initial boundary value problem (IBVP) for the 1-D wave equation on a finite domain: d2y d2y at² = Ox2 , 0 < .x < 1. , t>0, y(0,t) =0, t > 0, y(1,t) = 0, t > 0, (1) y(x,0)=f(x), = 0ay (x, 0) = g(x), 0 < x < 1, ot where ...

Problem No.2 Solve the following second order differential ...

Problem No.2 Solve the following second order differential equations by finding:: a- Homogenous solution b- The particular solution C- The total (complete) solution [use methods used in class. Refer to the different cases of roots of second order as was discussed in class.] for the corresponding...

Questions: 1- One of the most encountered problems is solvi...

Questions: 1- One of the most encountered problems is solving simultaneous equations. The goal of this problem is to use Matlab to solve for variables in a given system of equations: Helpful background information: Suppose we have the system of equations: Then, X = inv(A)*E Write a Matlab code ...

Exercise 1 (0.5 pt): Calculate 11101101112 divided by 6410 (...

Exercise 1 (0.5 pt): Calculate 11101101112 divided by 6410 (without using a calculator), and represent the result in floating point binary. Exercise 2 (0.5 pt): Calculate 10000101012 multiplied by 3210 (without using a calculator), and represent the result in integer binary. Exercise 3 (0.5 pt...

Construct the PN sequence generators in Matlab or similar ID...

Construct the PN sequence generators in Matlab or similar IDE for the primitive polynomial f(x) = 1 + x2 + x5 in both SSRG and MSRG configurations and show the Galois Field elements in vectors. Construct the generators from scratch (i.e. do not call a library function or pre-coded function). Con...

Problem 2 (30 points) Below is a hypothetical chart of fina...

Problem 2 (30 points) Below is a hypothetical chart of final EGRB 215 grades for the semester. An attendance value of 100 = present and 0 = absent. # Attendance/ HW Grades Quizzes Exams Final Project Participation 1 100 91 94 83 Proposal = 92 2 100 84 82 90 Report = 87 3 98 7...

Q1. The file LabECG.csv was taken from an oscilloscope readi...

Q1. The file LabECG.csv was taken from an oscilloscope reading. The first column is time values and the second column is magnitude values. Sampling frequency was 2.5 kHz. Magnitude is 100 mV scale. a. Create a plot of the ECG graphed in time with all axis labeled accordingly. b. An analog notch fi...

Part 2c: Effect of start and bridge locations on probability...

Part 2c: Effect of start and bridge locations on probability Write a MATLAB script file named EscapeProbs. m to show the effect of start location of the mole on its probability of escape. Use PMoleSafe with the following cases: Start locations: in each corner (total of 4) Bridge location: at upp...

Problem Set 1. (10 points) Consider the following data t12...

Problem Set 1. (10 points) Consider the following data t1234 y 11 29 65 125 Construct a third-order interpolating polynomial of the form P(t)=a0 +a1t+a2t2 +a3t3 Use the interpolating points to form a matrix equation Ax = b where x is the unknown vector [a0; a1, a2; a3]. Use Matlab x = A\b to sol...

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