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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


Welcome back to cs123

  • 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


Cs123 basic schedule

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


What s included in cs123

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?


Administrative notes

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 week 3 activities

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

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


Summary

Piecewise: and problems

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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