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Military Technological College
Coursework
Department: Systems
Computer Aided Software
MTCS4001
Date Set: 7/06/2020
Artefact: 3 of 4
Contribution: 15%
Lecturer:
Due Date: 11/06/2020
Plagiarism
Please be aware that any form of academic misconduct (including plagiarism and cheating) will be dealt
with according to the MTC Academic Integrity and Misconduct Policy. Students must submit their own
original work and where required, referenced appropriately so as to avoid penalties.
When referencing the work of others, please refer to the MTC Referencing Guide.
Hand in:
Submit your report exam office on or before 11.06.2020 (During office Hours) .
Aims:
The aims of this coursework are:
ο· To introduce computer aided software for numerical computations and in particular familiarizing
with the computer aided software, basic commands through the Command window and output
through the Graph window.
Module learning outcomes assessed by this coursework:
On successful completion of this assignment, students will be expected, at threshold level, to be able to:
Demonstrate knowledge and ability in simulating engineering and mathematical problems [LO 7].
ο·
1. Using script file in computer aided software,
a) Sketch the graph of
π¦ = π ππ2π₯
b) Sketch the graph of
π¦ = π₯2 β 2
c) Sketch π₯ + π¦ = 3 πππ 4π₯ β π¦ = 7 on the same graph.
[9 Marks]
2. Using script file in computer aided software to,
a) Find the points where P(x) cuts the x-axis. It is given that
π(π₯) = 30π₯ 5 β 166π₯ 4 β 542π₯ 3 + 2838π₯ 2 + 1520π₯ β 800
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π
2π₯
β«0 β«0 (1 + π₯ + 2π¦) ππ¦ ππ₯
b) Evaluate
where p is the average of first
and second digit of your students ID
[For example: If your student ID is 152734 then π =
π+π
π
= π]
[9 Marks]
3. Using script file in computer aided software, Compute the following:
a) 3π΄ β 2π΅
b)
π΄π
c) (π΄)β1
Where
β2
1
π΄= 5
1
[0
5
7
3
0
1
0
0
1
3
0
0
1
0
8
1
1
0
0 ,
5
10]
4 2 6 β8 2
0 14 8 4 12
π΅ = 0 0 2 10 2
0 0 0 4
8
[0 0 0 8 16]
[9 Marks]
Μ ; πβ = 3πΜ β 3πΜ + 4πΜ where
4. Given πβ = π₯πΜ + π¦πΜ + π§πΜ ; πββ = π’πΜ β π£πΜ + π€π
x, y, z are the first three consequtive digit and u,v, w are the last
consequtive (from left to right) digit respectively of your SID. Using script
file in computer aided software, find the following:
a) Find the work done by the force πβ moving an object through a
displacement πββ.
b) Find a vector normal to πβ and perpendicualar to both πββ πππ πβ.
3
c) βπβ + πβββ
[For example: If your student ID is 152734 then x=1, y=5, z=2 u=7,v=3, w=4]
[9 Marks]
5. With the use of script file in computer aided software,
a) Find
ππ π
πππ
πππ
ππ π
ππππ
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where π = ππ + ππ + πππ
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b) Use the initial condition
π₯(0) = 2
to find the particular solution of
ππ₯
ππ‘
β 2π₯ = 2π 3π‘
[9 Marks]
6. Write a program to display your name , ID and average of your ID digits. [5 Marks]
Background: Matrices, Vectors, Multivaiable, Multiple integral, differential eqution.
Equipment: Computer.
Procedure: This course work would be done in computer aided software.
Assessment Components
LO #
Assessment Component
Weight
1
10%
2
20%
3
Code
50%
4
Output
20%
The Module teaching notes will be issued to students by the course team at the start of the Module.
Other References: Hahn, B and Valentine, D (5th ed), 2013, Essential MATLAB for Engineers and Scientists,
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Academic Press. It is available in the library.
Notes:
ο·
Further guidance will be given during taught sessions.
ο·
Retrieval of failure will be as detailed in the Module Descriptor.
Method of feedback to the students
Feedback will be provided to the student using following methods; place a (X) as appropriate.
This coursework is submitted through Turnitin or assessment sheet or both. Feedback will be
provided through Turnitin only.
This coursework is submitted through Turnitin. In addition to Turnitin, feedback through
Assessment Sheet will be provided.
This coursework is submitted manually. Feedback will be provided through the Assessment
sheet only.
The Military Technological College regulations require students to keep electronic copies
of all assignments, and submit these at any time upon request.
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Submission
Submit your report via the Turnitin link on Moodle before the due date.
Before you submit your work, check your work and consider the following points:
Covering information
Title/cover page clearly shows:
ο¨ Student number(s)
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Results and Discussion
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Other sections of the report
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ο¨ I/We link the conclusion back to the aim of the work
Overall presentation
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The structure of my report conforms to β¦β¦β¦β¦β¦β¦β¦β¦β¦β¦β¦β¦β¦β¦β¦ report
Where I/We use a reference I list it using the Harvard format
Report is clear and concise
I/We specify S.I. units for all values quoted
Tables and graphs are correctly numbered and labelled
I/We write in impersonal, past tense
I/We make correct use of grammar, spelling and punctuation
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Please refer to the grade descriptors given in the Student Handbook. The following table shows specific
features of work at each grade for this particular coursework and level of study.
80+
70-79
60-69
50-59
40-49
30-39
0-29
Specific Features
Results presented in an outstanding fashion and discussion shows evidence of thorough
understanding of the subject matter, showing some originality or creativity.
Other sections of the report are very clear and logical, making outstanding use of
references beyond the material provided as part of the module.
Report is of outstanding quality, written in impersonal past tense with no errors.
Results presented in an excellent manner and discussion shows evidence of thorough
understanding of the subject matter.
Other sections of the report are very clear and logical, making excellent use of
references beyond the material provided as part of the module.
Report is of excellent quality, written in impersonal, past tense with few or no errors.
Results presented very well and discussion shows evidence of understanding of the
subject matter.
Other sections of the report are clear and logical. Appropriate references used.
Report is well-presented and correctly structured, with few errors in use of units, citation
of references and format of graphs and tables.
Results suitably presented and described. Discussion shows evidence of consideration
of the significance of the results.
Adequate description of procedures and aims. Some references given beyond provided
material.
Report is generally consistent in presentation and follows instructions given with some
errors.
Results suitably presented and described.
Adequate description of procedures and aims. Some references given but relies on
material provided.
Referencing and presentation attempt to follow instructions given.
Incomplete results, little or no discussion.
Inadequate description of experiment and aims. No or very few references given.
Poor, inconsistent presentation. Incorrect structure.
No serious attempt to carry out the work required or address the problem posed.
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Military Technological College
Assessment Sheet
Module: MTCS4001
Date of submission:
COURSE WORK
Student Number:
(15% of unit total)
Assessor / Second Marker:
L
O
#
Assessment
Component
1
/ assignment
submision
2
Fail (0-39%)
(or range of marks
available out of
maximum achievable
for component β e.g. (0
to 1)/10)
Irrelevant to very poor
or no real attempt to
Irrelevant to very poor
or no real attempt
30.04.2020
% Mark
Pass (40-49%)
Threshold
Good (50-59%)
Very Good (60-69%)
Excellent (70-100%)
Mark
Correct use of
terminology.
Good understanding
assignment
submission – Correct
use of terminology.
Very good
understanding of
presented clear/neat
report – Correct use
of terminology.
Excellent to
outstanding
Excellent
presentation and
formatting of
Assignment.
Mark awarded
Good and clear
use of terminology.
Very good and clear
code.
Excellent description
each code.
Mark awarded
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Maximum
available for
component
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available for
component
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5
Code
Analysis of Output
Irrelevant to very poor
or no code is provided
No to very little or
irrelevant output
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write code.
Reasonable (but
perhaps lacking in
depth) analysis of
results accompanied by
some graphs.
Reasonable conclusion.
Good attempt were
Good analysis of
results with clear
understanding of
analysis method. Clear
accompanying graphs.
Good conclusion.
Codes are written
very good and clearly
Very good analysis of
results with clear
understanding of
analysis method.
Very clear and wellpresented
accompanying
graphs. Very good
conclusion
evidencing good
understanding of
underlying
experiment.
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Codes are written
excellently. Every
code is written
clearly.
Mark awarded
. Excellent analysis of
results. Outstanding
discussion and
presentation of
results. Clear
understanding of
work carried out and
analysis method
material not studied
depth conclusion
which shows
thinking beyond the
scope of the module.
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Military Technological College
Systems Engineering
Log book (MATLAB or Octave Assignment) Please choose appropriate
June 2020
Student Name: _________________
Student ID:
_________________
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ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
MTCS4001
Question Number 1:
% a)
clear all % Headings required by octave
clc
x= [-3:0.1:3] % define the range of x
plot (x, sin(2*x)) % use the plot(x,y) command to create a 2D plot
% b)
clear all % Headings required by octave
clc
x= [-10:1:10] % define the range of x
plot (x, x.^2 – 2) % use the plot(x,y) command to create a 2D plot
% c)
clear all % Headings required by octave
clc
x= [-5:1:5] % define the range of x
plot (x,3-x) % use the plot(x,y) command to create a 2D plot (First Graph)
hold % a command to plot another function in the same graph
plot (x,4*x -7) % use the plot(x,y) command to create a 2D plot (Second Graph)
Program output copy and paste here (You can use snipping tool which available in windows)
* Use snipping tools from windows to copy and paste the screen shots of output in this box.
a)
2
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
MTCS4001
b)
c)
3
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
MTCS4001
Question Number 2a:
clear all
clc
% Solve for y=0
syms x % Define the variable x
eqn = 30*x.^(5) – 166*x.^(4) – 542*x.^(3) + 2838*x.^(2) + 1520*x
– 800 == 0; %Substitute P(x) by zero
xInt = double(solve(eqn)) % x values where y=0
Program output copy and paste here (You can use snipping tool which available in windows)
a)
So, the points where P(x) cuts the x-axis are (-4 , 0) , (
βπ
π
, 0) , (
π
π
, 0) and (5 , 0)
Question Number 2b:
clear all
clc
g = @(x,y) 1+x+2*y %Define the function f(x,y)
A = integral2(g, 0, 4.5, 0, @(x) 2*x) % Evaluate a double integral of the
function.
Program output copy and paste here (You can use snipping tool which available in windows)
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ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
MTCS4001
Question Number 3:
clear all %Headings required by octave
clc
format rat % a Command to convert the answer to rational format
A = [-2,5,0,0,1 ; 1,7,0,1,0 ; 5,3,1,0,0 ; 1,0,3,8,5 ; 0,1,0,1,10]
%Matrix A
B = [4,2,6,-8,2 ; 0,14,8,4,12 ; 0,0,2,10,2 ; 0,0,0,4,8 ;
0,0,0,8,16] % Matrix B
% a) c = 3A – 2B
c = 3*A – 2*B
% b) d = AT
d = A’
% a command to get the transpose of matrix A (AT)
% c) f = A-1
f = inv(A) % a Command to get the inverse of matrix A (A-1)
Program output copy and paste here (You can use snipping tool which available in windows)
a)
b)
c)
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ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
MTCS4001
Question Number 4:
clear all
clc
% My ID is 1803064
% So, a = i + 8j and b = 6j + 4k
a = [1,8,0]
% Vector a
b = [0,6,4]
% Vector b
c = [3,-3,4] % Vector c
% a) W = F.d = a . b =
W = dot (a,b)
% Vector a dot Vector b
% b) u = Vector perpendicular to (b and c) = b x c =
u = cross(b,c) % Vector b cross Vector c
%c) v = β πβ +πβ β3 =
v = (norm(a + b)).^3 % find β πβ +πβ β3
Program output copy and paste here (You can use snipping tool which available in windows)
a)
b)
c)
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ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
MTCS4001
Question Number 5 a:
clear all
clc
syms u(y,x) % declare variables
u = x.^(3)+y.^(3)+3*x*y % Define the function f(x,y)
β’
%
ππ π
=a
πππ
a = diff(u,x,2) % find the second divertive of the function f(x,y) with respect
to x
β’
%
ππ π
ππππ
=b
b = diff(u,x,y) % find the second divertive of the function f(x,y) with respect
to x and y
Program output copy and paste here (You can use snipping tool which available in windows)
β’
β’
Question Number 5 b:
clear all
clc
% Rearranging
ππ₯
ππ‘
ππ₯
β 2π₯ = 2π 3π‘ gives: ππ‘ = 2π₯ + 2π 3π‘
syms x(t) % declare variables
eqn = diff(x,t) == 2*x + 2*exp(3*t); % specify the ODE using diff() and the
equation by using ==
cond = x(0) == 2; % specify initial condition
S = dsolve(eqn,cond) % solve the equation using “dsolve”
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ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
MTCS4001
Program output copy and paste here (You can use snipping tool which available in windows)
Question Number 6:
clear all %Headings required by octave
clc
% Name: Abdul Rahman Al Rahbi
% ID: 1803064
x = [1 8 0 3 0 6 4] % Vector x (ID digits)
Average = mean (x) % average of my ID digits
Program output copy and paste here (You can use snipping tool which available in windows)
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Coursework
Department: Systems
MTCS4001
Computer Aided Software
Date Set: 16.05.2021
Artefact: 3 of 4
Contribution: 10%
Lecturer:
Ameen
Due
Date:20.05.2021
Plagiarism
Please be aware that any form of academic misconduct (including plagiarism and cheating) will be dealt
with according to the MTC Academic Integrity and Misconduct Policy. Students must submit their own
original work and where required, referenced appropriately so as to avoid penalties.
Submission Through Moodle:
Submit your report through Moodle before the due date shown above.
Aims:
The aims of this coursework are:
ο· To introduce computer aided software for numerical computations and in particular familiarizing
with the computer aided software, basic commands through the Command window and output
through the Graph window.
Module learning outcomes assessed by this coursework:
On successful completion of this assignment, students will be expected, at threshold level, to be able to:
LO:7 Demonstrate knowledge and ability in simulating engineering and mathematical problems.
ο·
1. Using script file in MATLAB/OCTAVE,
a) Sketch the graph of
π¦ = π₯3
b) Sketch the graph of
π¦ = 2πππ 3π₯
c) Sketch π¦ = πππ₯ πππ π¦ = π π₯ on the same graph.
2.
[8 Marks]
Using script file in MATLAB/OCTAVE to,
a) Find the values a, b and c of the upward velocity of rocket approximated by polynomial as
π£(π‘) = ππ‘ 2 + ππ₯ + π, 5 β€ π‘ β€ 12
Where velocity of the rocket is given at three different times on the following table.
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Time, t
Velocity, v
(s)
(m/s)
5
106.8
8
177.2
12
279.2
b) Compute πΌ1 , πΌ2 , πΌ3 after forming system of equations for the following circuit:
[8 Marks]
3. Using script file in MATLAB/OCTAVE to,
π
β«02 π ππ2π₯ ππ₯
a) Evaluate
b)
Evaluate
π
π
π₯2
β«0 β«0 (π₯ + 4π¦ 2 ) ππ¦ ππ₯
2π
3π
c) Evaluate β«0 β«0 β«0 π₯π¦π§ ππ§ππ¦ππ₯
d) Find the volume under the surface π§ = π₯ 2 π¦ β
π₯π¦ 2
4
over the rectangle bounded by the lines π₯ =
0 π‘π π₯ = 150π πππ π¦ = 0 π‘π π¦ = 150π
where p is the average of digit studentβs ID
1+2+3+4+5+6
6
[Example: If 123456 is studentβs ID then
π=
= 3.5]
[8 Marks]
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4. (i) Using script file MATLAB/OCTAVE, Compute the following:
a) π΅π΄
b)
Determinant of π΄π
c) ππππππ‘πππ (π΅)
Where
3
4
π΄= 1
1
[0
2
7
3
0
1
0
0
1
3
0
0
1
0
8
1
5
0
0 ,
5
2]
2
0
π΅= 0
0
[0
1
5
0
0
0
1
8
2
0
0
β3 2
4 1
10 2
4 5
8 1]
(ii) Write a program without using function to compute addition of two matrices (size of matrix
will be 2×2).
[8 Marks]
5. Using script file MATLAB/OCTAVE, find the area of the triangle determined by the points
π1 (2,2,0), π2 (β1,0,2), π3 (0,4,3)
[8 Marks]
6.
With the use of script file in MATLAB/OCTAVE,
a) Find
ππ π
π¦ 2 πππ β 2π¦
ππ π
ππ π
ππ
+ πππ β ππ
ππππ
π
where
π = ππ β πππ + ππ β πππ + π
b) Use the initial condition y(Third digit of your SID*)= average of all your SID*
to find the particular solution of
ππ¦
β2π¦ ππ₯ + π₯ 2 + 2π₯ 4 = 0
[8 Marks]
* SID: Student Identification Number. [Example: If 123456 is studentβs ID then third digit is 3 and
π΄π£πππππ =
1+2+3+4+5+6
6
= 3.5]
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7. Write a program to display your name , ID and average of your ID digits.
[2 Marks]
Background: Matrices, Vectors, Multivaiable, Multiple integral, differential eqution.
Equipment: Computer.
Procedure: This course work would be done in computer aided software.
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Assessment Components
LO #
Assessment Component
Weight
1
10%
2
20%
3
Code
50%
4
Output
20%
The Module teaching notes will be issued to students by the course team at the start of the Module.
Other References: Hahn, B and Valentine, D (5th ed), 2013, Essential MATLAB for Engineers and Scientists,
Academic Press. It is available in the library.
Notes:
ο·
Further guidance will be given during taught sessions.
ο·
Retrieval of failure will be as detailed in the Module Descriptor.
Method of feedback to the students
Feedback will be provided to the student using following methods; place a (X) as appropriate.
This coursework is submitted through Turnitin or assessment sheet or both. Feedback will be
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