Math 246 Matlab Projects, Spring 2008 (30 April version)
There are 6 Matlab projects worth 25 points each. These are
given below, but are subject to changes announced in class. All
count toward your course grade.
When and Where to Turn in Your Projects. Each Project
assignment should be turned-in to your discussion section instructor
no later than its due date by either:
If the University cancels class for any reason on the scheduled
due date of a project then that project will be due on the first day
that the large lecture subsequently meets. Projects turned in
late will be recorded, but may not be graded for full credit.
- bringing it to the discussion section,
- bringing it to their office during an office hour,
- make other arrangements directly with your discussion section
How Each Project Should Look. A project should consist of a
diary of the Matlab runs, plus any required graphical output. If a
problem calls for a program to be written (an ``m-file'') then that
file should be included in the diary with the ``type'' command before
the program is run. You should give the number of each problem
attempted and the work for each problem should be indicated clearly.
(There should be no arrows running around or between pages!) Your
answers should be presented in the order that the problems are
assigned. If you use more than one sheet of paper, they should be
stapled together. The top of the first page should include: your
name, course and section number, your discussion section instructor's
name, and the date the assignment is due.
Matlab Project Assignments
- Tuesday, 5 February
Hunt, Lipsman, Osborn, and Rosenberg (MATLAB)
Problem Set A (pages 47-49) --- 2, 3ab, 5, 6ad, 7abc, 8ace, 9.
- Tuesday, 19 February
MATLAB Problem Set B (pages 75-85) --- 3, 5, 11, 17.
- Tuesday, 4 March
MATLAB Problem Set C (pages 131-138) --- 2, 4, 6, 10, 15.
- Tuesday, 25 March (extended to Friday, 28 March at noon)
MATLAB Problem Set D (pages 157-170) --- 3, 4, 5.
- Tuesday, 1 April (extended to Tuesday, 8 April)
MATLAB Problem Set E (pages 193-205) --- 12, 13abc.
Note that 12b should read y" + 2 y' + 2 y = 0
Note that 13a should read h(t) = u(t - pi) - u(t - 10)
- Tuesday, 29 April (extended to Tuesday, 6 May)
MATLAB Problem Set F (pages 231-246) --- 1, 8, 9.