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The script to evaluate this integral is syms t z n r arg = exp(z*n)*sin(r*(t-n)); yt = exp(-z*t)*int(arg, n, 0, t)/r Upon execution, we have yt = -(z*sin(r*t) + r*(cos(r*t) - exp(t*z)))/(r*exp(t*z)*(r^2 + z^2)) This result can be simplified further by noting that z¿2 + r¿2 : z2 + r2 = z2 + 1 - z2 = 1 and by using the following identity a sinx ; b cosx = 2a2 + b2 sin(x ; w) where w = tan - 1b/a Thus, r*cos(r*t) + z*sin(r*t) : z sinrt + 21 - z2 cosrt : 2z2 + 1 - z2 sin(rt + w) = sin(rt + w) 7 B. Balachandran and E.

If the answer is yes, one clicks on the Change Directory icon. 16. This brings up a directory browser that permits one to select a directory as the current directory. After a selection is made, the system also changes the directories that will appear in the Editor when either Open, Save, or Save As is selected in the File pull-down menu. 13 25 Set Path window. 14 Pop-up window used to locate a directory. 15 Pop-up window used to change current path to path of file to be executed. where input is a MATLAB function and Any message is displayed in the MATLAB command window.

T. G. Hicks, Mechanical Engineering Formulas: Pocket Guide, McGraw Hill, NY, 2003, p. 254. 1, and (b) workspace and command windows. 5725, is displayed in the command window. 18b. It displays a record of the seven variables that have been created: Dc, Q, Qnum, Qden, g, d, and th. Since all the commands have been issued from the Editor, the Command History window is empty and has not been displayed. As a final comment, the form of the definitions of the various quantities appearing in the script was chosen to make the independent calculations used to verify the script both easier to perform and easier to compare with what the script gives.

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