[Scilab-users] I NEED HELP WITH SCILAB (I'M IN A HURRY)

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[Scilab-users] I NEED HELP WITH SCILAB (I'M IN A HURRY)

I'M NEW AT THIS. I HAVE TO DO THESE TWO EXERCISES NEVER LESS THAN 24 HOURS
AND I AM 12 AND I CAN NOT ACHIEVE ANYTHING. HELP

1. Using the fact that in Scilab an inequality such as 2 3 ≤ ≤x has a
logical value that becomes
numerical value (0 or 1) by involving it in arithmetic calculations, genera
without using cycles the graph of figure 3.3

The image describes a line that runs along a Cartesian plane. The line is
kept straight until it reaches x = 2 there it rises straight up to y = 5,
stays at y = 5 until x = 3 and then goes back down to x = 0

2. Modify the code of the fourier_aprox function so that it only graphs one
cycle of the pulse train and its
Fourier series approximation by increasing the number of N weapons from 1 to
infinity (only
odd numbers). Waiting at each value of N for the user to press the [enter]
key to continue (using
the command: input ('press [enter] to continue');

PLEASE HELP



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Re: I NEED HELP WITH SCILAB (I'M IN A HURRY)

Without providing some code showing your attempts to use Scilab, this forum may not feel the urge to solve other’s homework.

 

The hardest job kids face today is learning good manners without seeing any - Fred Astaire

 

 

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Subject: [Scilab-users] I NEED HELP WITH SCILAB (I'M IN A HURRY)

 

I'M NEW AT THIS. I HAVE TO DO THESE TWO EXERCISES NEVER LESS THAN 24 HOURS

AND I AM 12 AND I CAN NOT ACHIEVE ANYTHING. HELP

 

1. Using the fact that in Scilab an inequality such as 2 3 ≤ ≤x has a

logical value that becomes

numerical value (0 or 1) by involving it in arithmetic calculations, genera

without using cycles the graph of figure 3.3

 

The image describes a line that runs along a Cartesian plane. The line is

kept straight until it reaches x = 2 there it rises straight up to y = 5,

stays at y = 5 until x = 3 and then goes back down to x = 0

 

2. Modify the code of the fourier_aprox function so that it only graphs one

cycle of the pulse train and its

Fourier series approximation by increasing the number of N weapons from 1 to

infinity (only

odd numbers). Waiting at each value of N for the user to press the [enter]

key to continue (using

the command: input ('press [enter] to continue');

 

PLEASE HELP

 

 

 

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