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CS123 Engineering Computation Lab Lab 1. Section Instructor: Mark Boady Email: [email protected] Content By: Bruce Char Department of Computer Science Drexel University Spring 2013. Calculus Maximize, Spline, Piecewise, Integral, Diff Lab 1 Procedures: Advanced Procedure Creation

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CS123 Engineering Computation LabLab 1

Section Instructor: Mark Boady

Email: [email protected]

Content By: Bruce Char

Department of Computer Science

Drexel University

Spring 2013


  • Calculus

    • Maximize, Spline, Piecewise, Integral, Diff

    • Lab 1

  • Procedures: Advanced Procedure Creation

    • Lab 2 and Lab 3

  • Creating User Interfaces

    • Lab 3 and 4

  • Advanced Simulations

    • Lab 4

Welcome Back to CS123


4 labs in even numbered weeks (2, 4, 6 and 8)

4 quizzes in odd numbered weeks (3, 5, 7 and 9)

3 pre-lab quizlets in weeks (3, 5 and 7)

Proficiency Exam in week 10

Flow of course similar to cs121 and cs122

Be sure to review contents of course web site for details

www.cs.drexel.edu/complab/cs123/spring2013

CS123 – Basic Schedule


Extra consultation activity

Intended for students who struggled with the quizzes and proficiency exam in cs122

  • Goal of 1or 2 sections

    4 sessions to be held on Tuesday evenings following lab week (weeks 3, 5, 7 and 9)

  • 6 to 7:50 PM

  • *** Monday session will be added if attendance warrants

    Focus on problem solving and Maple exercises to enable enhanced performance in quizzes

    A 3 point bonus will be awarded to all students who attend all 4 sessions

    To enroll, please contact Dave Augenblick at

  • [email protected]

    1st session  Tuesday, April 16th (+ perhaps Monday, 4/15)

What’s Included in CS123?


Please contact your individual instructors with questions and problems

CLC (room 147 UC) will be staffed at same times as for cs122 in Winter (odd weeks – starting week 3)

Note that CLC is staffed on Monday through Friday (9 AM to 5 PM)

Missed work policies – same as in cs121 and cs122

Makeup labs to be held on Monday at 6 PM (odd weeks). Must receive explicit approval from your instructor in order to attend!

Makeup quiz offered (30% penalty) – Friday through Sunday after completion of regular quiz

  • No excused quizzes due to MapleTA login issues – please resolve any such issues immediately

  • All MapleTA login accounts have been (re) set to your Drexel id (ID) and 8 digit student number (password)

    No makeup quizlets

    No bbLearn Discussion Board monitoring this term

Administrative Notes


Quiz 1 will be released on Friday (4/13) at 6 PM

Deadline: Thursday (4/19) at 4:30 PM

Makeup quiz – from Friday (4/20) at 9 AM through Sunday (4/22) at 11:00 PM

  • 30% penalty

    Pre-lab 2 quizlet

    From Thursday (4/19 – noon) through Monday (4/23 – 8 AM)

    Be sure to visit the CLC for quiz or general Maple assistance

    Be sure to register for extra consultation initiative if interested

Quiz Week (3) Activities


Piecewise:

top:=piecewise(x<=4,4,4 < x and x <= 8, 8, 8 < x and x <= 9, 6,7);

bottom:=1;

int(top-bottom, x = 0 .. 12);

Spline:

with(CurveFitting);

with(plots):

xVals := [1, 1.5, 2.1, 3.0];

yVals := [3, 2.8, 4.6, 4.4];

myspline1:=Spline(xVals,yVals,x,degree=1);

p1:=plot(myspline1,x=1..3);

myspline3:=Spline(xVals,yVals,x,degree=3);

p2:=plot(myspline3,x=1..3,color="blue");

display(p1,p2);

Minimize/Maximize

KnownArea:=2000;

BoxArea:=w*h;

BoxPer:=2*w+2*h;

HinW:=solve(BoxArea=KnownArea,h);

BoxPerNoH:=eval(BoxPer,h=HinW);

res:=Optimization[Minimize](BoxPerNoH,w=0.01...50000);

minimize(BoxPerNoH,w=0.01..5000);

eval(HinW,res[2]);

Calculus:

int(x^2,x=0..2);

int(sin(x),x);

diff(sqrt(x),x);

eval(myspline3,x=5);

Summary


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