## Solutions for MATLAB: An Introduction with Applications

Problem 6P:

Define the varialbe z as z = 4.5; than evaluate: (a) 0.44+3.1z2162.3z80.7 (b) z323/z2+17.53Problem 8P:

Define the variable xandy as x = 6.5 and y = 3.8; then evaluate: (a) x2+y22/3+xyyx (b) x+yxy2+2x2xy2Problem 9P:

Define the variables a, b, c, and d as: c= 4.6, d = 1.7, a = cd2, and b=c+acd; then evaluate: (a)...Problem 10P:

Two trigonometric identities are given by: (a) cos2xsin2x=12sin2x (b) tanxsinx2tanx=1cosx2 For each...Problem 12P:

Define two variables: alpha =8, and beta = 6. Using these variables, show that the following...Problem 13P:

Given: x2cosxdx=2xcosx+x22sinx . Use MATLAB to calculaet the following difinite integral:...Problem 14P:

A rectangular box has the dimensions shown. (a) Determine the angle BAC to the nearest degree. (b)...Problem 15P:

The are length of a segment of a parabola ABC is given by: LABC=a2+4h2+2ha+2ha2+1 Determine LABC if...Problem 16P:

The three shown circles, with radius 15 in., 10.5 in., and 4.5 in., are tangent to each other. (a)...Problem 17P:

A frustum of cone is filled with ice cream such that the portion above the cone is a hemisphere....Problem 18P:

18. In the triangle shown a =27 in., b 43 in., c=57 in. Define a, b, and c as variables, and then:...Problem 19P:

For the triangle shown, a = 72°, ß=43°, and its perimeter is p = 114 mm. Define a, ß, and p, as...Problem 20P:

The distance d from a point P (xp,yp,zp) to the line that passes through the two points A (xA,yA,zA)...Problem 21P:

The perimeter of an ellipse can be approximated by: P=(a+b)3(3a+b)(a+3b)a+b Calculate the perimeter...Problem 22P:

A total of 4217 eggs have w be packed in boxes that can hold 36 eggs each. By typing one line...Problem 23P:

A total of 777 people have to be transported using buses that have 46 seats and vans that have 12...Problem 24P:

Change the display to format long g. Assign the number 7E8/13 to a variable, and then use the...Problem 25P:

The voltage difference Vabbetween points a and b in the Wheatstone bride circuit is given by:...Problem 26P:

The current in a series RCL circuit is given by: I=VR2(L1C)2 Where =2 f. Calculate I for the...Problem 27P:

The monthly payment M of a mortgage P for n years with a fixed annual interest rate r can be...Problem 28P:

The number of permutations nProf taking r Objects out of n objects without repetition is given by:...Problem 29P:

The number of combinations Cn,r of taking r objects out of n objects is given by: aye In the...Problem 30P:

The equivalent resistance of two resistors R1and R2connected in parallel is given by Req=R1R2R1+R2 ....Problem 32P:

Radioactive decay of carbon-14 is used for estimating the age of organic material. The decay is...Problem 33P:

The greatest common divisor is the largest positive integer that divides the numbers without a...Problem 34P:

The amount of energy E (in joules) that is released by an earthquake is given by: E=1.741019101.44M...Problem 35P:

According to the Doppler effect of light, the perceived wavelength ?p, of a light source with a...Problem 36P:

Newton’s law of cooling gives the temperature T(t) of an object at time tin terms of T0, its...Problem 37P:

The velocity v and the falling distance d as a function of time of a skydiver that experience the...Problem 38P:

Use the Help Window to find a display format that displays the output as a ratio of integers. For...# Browse All Chapters of This Textbook

Chapter 1 - Starting With MatlabChapter 2 - Creating ArraysChapter 3 - Mathematical Operations With ArraysChapter 4 - Using Script Files And Managing DataChapter 5 - Two-dimensional PlotsChapter 6 - Programming In MatlabChapter 7 - User-defined Functions And Function FilesChapter 8 - Polynomials, Curve Fitting, And InterpolationChapter 9 - Applications In Numerical AnalysisChapter 10 - Three-dimensional Plots

### Book Details

More college students use Amos Gilat's MATLAB: An Introduction with Applications than any other MATLAB textbook. This concise book is known for its just-in-time learning approach that gives students information when they need it. The 6th Edition gradually presents the latest MATLAB functionality in detail. The book includes numerous sample problems in mathematics, science, and engineering that are similar to problems encountered by new users of MATLAB. MATLAB: An Introduction with Applications is intended for students who are using MATLAB for the first time and have little or no experience in computer programming. It can be used as a textbook in first-year engineering courses or as a reference in more advanced science and engineering courses where MATLAB is introduced as a tool for solving problems.

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Solve the given equation. ⇒(5− 19 7+ 2.5 3)2⇒(5−2.7143+15.625)2⇒320.7937 Write the MATLAB script...The given row vector contains following elements: 9,1,32,7/4,0,2.25×8.5,0.8 and sin(π/8). Simplify...The given values of x is 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7. The stated equation is, y=x2−xx+3 .......(1) Substitute...Given Information:The mass of the person is 162 lb.The height of the person is 68 in.The BMI is...The given function is, f(x)=x2−10x+2 The range of function is 0≤x≤5. Substitute x=0 in the above...The given expression is, 6×4>32−3 Assign 1 if the comparison is correct otherwise assign 0....The given function is, y(x)=0.6x3e−0.47x+1.5x2e−0.6x Solve the above equation for y(−2)....The given polynomial function is, y=0.5x5−0.3x4−15.5x3+7x2+36x−7 ............. (1) The range of...The given equation is, x3−e0.8x=20 The value of x lies between x=0 and x=8. Solve the above equation...

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