ENGR 102: Engineering Problem Solving II
MATLAB Homework 4: 1D Arrays
Solve all problems in a single script file in MATLAB. Ensure that your file is saved as LastName_FirstName_HW4before submitting.
- Create a row vector that has the following elements: 9, 6/7, sin(70), ln(2), 0.25, 15*2, cos(2π) and 0.
- Create a column vector that has the following elements: 67.3, , 5!, 0.0089, e5, 0, log(3), sin2(15).
- Define the variables t=25 and p=6. Then use them to create a column vector that has the following elements: t, tp, ln(t/p), t*p and t2-p.
- Create a row vector in which the first element is 1 and the last is 43, with an increment of 6 between the elements. Do no enter in each element explicitly.
- Create a column vector in which the first element is 10 and the last element is 0, where the spacing between elements is 2. Do not enter in each element explicitly.
- Use a single command to create a row vector with 8 elements such that the last two elements are 4 and the rest of the elements are zeros. Do not type the vector explicitly.
- Use a single command to create a row vector with 11 elements such that V=0246810129630. Do not type in the vector ex
- Create two row vectors: X = [2:3:17] and Y = [3:4:15].
- By only using the names of the vectors, create a row vector a that is made from the elements of X following by the elements of Y.
- By only using the names of the vectors, create a row vector b that is made from the first 4 terms in X and the last 2 terms in Y.
- Use the colon operator to create a row vector where the first term is 2 and the last term is 16 with a spacing of 2 between the elements.
- Use the vector created above, replace the 3rd element with a 0.
- Use the vector from part a and replace elements 4-6 with -1s.
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