1. Continue to learn and work with MATLAB, Let us play and solve
2. Hands-on: Electrolysis
Part I: 1
hour and 30 minutes
MATLAB The triplet
problem (created by Sasha Kemmet)
Let us continue with reading and learning MATLAB You
will need your books for this one
WE SHOULD ALL REMEMBER THAT WE CAN ALWAYS FIND LOTS OF USEFUL INFORMATION
USING MATLAB HELP.
Have fun, play, learn, and solve problems!
Part II 20
This lab is created and written and
revised for your by Mr. John Prichard.
Your mentors and TAs will
also talk to you about the "Wet Battery" and Electrolysis what are the
similarities and what are the differences.
following is general guidelines about what you should do on reporting
Please note that there is no specific
format, use your creativities, and present it the way you would like.
However, please be organized, neat, and easy to follow. Make good use
of writing styles. Use bulleted lists, subject headings, page numbers, etc.
The following information is required to be presented in your report.
Each individual member needs to give a
report on this at the beginning of the next laboratory.
The report should include
The title, date, your name, and your
What was each personís contribution?
What did you learn from each part, what
were the difficulties (for the programming sections also should include
how the programs worked).
Your code and outputs, this is
important! Feel free to include hand written comments on your
program printouts to clarify things. Note: Borland will print outputs
when right clicked on the menu bar.
What did you learn from the lab and the
You are encouraged to experiment with the
program. Please make sure the reports include those findings and
Your reports must be neat, organized,
stapled, and reasonable to read.
REMEMBER THESE REPORTS ARE DONE FOR
YOURSELVES AS A RECORD, as well as for anyone who is interested to see your
THEY REPRESENT WHO YOU ARE! HOW YOU
WORK, and HOW YOU THINK!