blanckaway |
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 -- Sent from: http://mailinglists.scilab.org/Scilab-users-Mailing-Lists-Archives-f2602246.html _______________________________________________ users mailing list [hidden email] http://lists.scilab.org/mailman/listinfo/users |
Rafael Guerra |
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manners without seeing any - Fred Astaire -----Original Message----- 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 -- Sent from:
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