COMP1511 18s1 Weekly Test Test Conditions These questions must be completed under self-administered exam-like conditions.

Test Conditions

These questions must be completed under self-administered exam-like conditions.

You must time the test yourself and ensure you comply with the conditions below.

  • You may complete this test in CSE labs or elsewhere using your own machine
  • You may complete this test at any time before Friday 25 May 23:59:59
  • The maximum time allowed for this test is 1 hour + 5 minutes reading time.
  • You may first use 5 minutes to read the questions (no typing)
  • You then must complete the test within 1 hour and submit your answers with give.
  • You must complete the questions alone – you can not get help in any way from any person.
  • You can not access your previous answers to lab or tut questions.
  • You can not access web pages or use the internet in any way.
  • You can not access books, notes or other written or online materials.
  • You can not access your own files, programs, code …
  • You can not access COMP1511 course materials except for language documentation linked below.

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COMP1511 18s1 Test Conditions Week11

Test Conditions

These questions must be completed under self-administered exam-like conditions.

You must time the test yourself and ensure you comply with the conditions below.

  • You may complete this test in CSE labs or elsewhere using your own machine
  • You may complete this test at any time before Friday 25 May 23:59:59
  • The maximum time allowed for this test is 1 hour + 5 minutes reading time.
  • You may first use 5 minutes to read the questions (no typing)
  • You then must complete the test within 1 hour and submit your answers with give.
  • You must complete the questions alone – you can not get help in any way from any person.
  • You can not access your previous answers to lab or tut questions.
  • You can not access web pages or use the internet in any way.
  • You can not access books, notes or other written or online materials.
  • You can not access your own files, programs, code …
  • You can not access COMP1511 course materials except for language documentation linked below.

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COMP1511 18s1 Test Conditions Week 10

These questions must be completed under self-administered exam-like conditions.

You must time the test yourself and ensure you comply with the conditions below.

  • You may complete this test in CSE labs or elsewhere using your own machine
  • You may complete this test at any time before Thursday 17 May 23:59:59
  • The maximum time allowed for this test is 1 hour + 5 minutes reading time.
  • You may first use 5 minutes to read the questions (no typing)
  • You then must complete the test within 1 hour and submit your answers with give.
  • You must complete the questions alone – you can not get help in any way from any person.
  • You can not access your previous answers to lab or tut questions.
  • You can not access web pages or use the internet in any way.
  • You can not access books, notes or other written or online materials.
  • You can not access your own files, programs, code …
  • You can not access COMP1511 course materials except for language documentation linked below.

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UNSW ENGG1811 Lab 11: Matlab

Objectives
After completing this lab, students should be able to use the following features of Matlab:
• Writing a script
• Writing a user-defined function
• Using array: creating, indexing, elementwise operations, vectorisation,
• Performing some data analysis
Assessment
This lab has three parts: Parts A to C. You need to show your tutors all three parts.
For all the programs, we expect that you choose informative variable names and document your program.
There is also an online multiple choice question which is worth 1 mark. We suggest that you attempt this question after completing Parts A-C.
Organising your work
You should make a directory called lab11 to store your files for this lab.

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C language Engineering Programming

Overview

For this assignment, you will be writing a program to play the card game Intensity.

The Rules of Intensity

Intensity is an unusual card game which is thought to have originated in post-WWII buffalo hunting camps in Australia’s Northern territory. The name intensity is thought to derive from numbers in groups of ten being important.

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UNSW Python Assignment 2: Simulation and Design of Biofuel Production

Introduction

We often think bacteria are bad. The truth is that there are many different types of bacteria in this world. Some bacteria are harmful to humans but some bacteria in our bodies help us to live. Have you ever considered the possibility that bacteria can also be “factory workers”? Engineers and scientists are working on using bacteria to produce certain chemicals and materials. An example is to use bacteria to produce fuel for us. In engineering, we often want to optimise the process, so we may want to make the bacteria to produce as much fuel as possible in a given time. However, there are often constraints in nature. The truth is that fuel is toxic to bacteria, so we need to find a way for the bacteria to make a lot of fuel but at the same time keep them alive! This biofuel production process is the theme of this assignment.

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