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1) a) Use MATLAB to linearize the following model c=10-cm = about V - 1 and kel - 0.7. Write your equation for the linearized C (Clin) in the following form: Cun-a(t,D)+ß(t,D)-V+y(t,D)-CL - Determine the coefficients a(t,D), ß(t,D), and y(t,D). b) Assume V - 1.1 and CL - 0.77, and D -100 and use MATLAB to plot C vs. t. Assume V - 1.1 and CL - 0.77, and D - 100 and plot Clin vs. t. Overlay plots of Cvs. t and Clin vs. t and comment on differences.

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function Cin= lin(V,CL,D) t=linspace(.1,10,.01); Cin=D*exp(-.7*t)+(-1*D*exp(-.7*t)+D*t*exp(-.7*t))*V-D*t*exp(-.7*t)*CL; C=D*exp(-CL/(V*t))/V; subplot(2,1,1); ...

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