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 gibson:teaching:spring-2018:math445:lab2 [2018/01/30 06:10]gibson [Math 445 lab 2: plotting and scripts] gibson:teaching:spring-2018:math445:lab2 [2018/01/31 16:07] (current)gibson [Part 3: Plots] Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2018/01/31 16:07 gibson [Part 3: Plots] 2018/01/30 06:10 gibson [Math 445 lab 2: plotting and scripts] 2018/01/30 06:09 gibson [Part 1: Vector manipulation] 2018/01/30 06:08 gibson [Part 3: Plots] 2018/01/30 06:05 gibson [Part 2: Computing sums] 2018/01/30 06:05 gibson [Part 2: Computing sums] 2018/01/30 03:50 gibson [Part 3: Plots] 2018/01/30 03:48 gibson 2018/01/30 03:47 gibson [Part 2: Computing sums] 2018/01/30 03:46 gibson [Part 2: Computing sums] 2018/01/30 03:46 gibson [Part 2: Computing sums] 2018/01/30 03:44 gibson [Part 1: Vector manipulation] 2018/01/30 03:41 gibson [Math 445 lab 2: plotting and scripts] 2018/01/30 03:38 gibson 2018/01/30 03:31 gibson 2018/01/30 03:05 gibson 2018/01/30 02:59 gibson 2018/01/30 02:36 gibson created 2018/01/31 16:07 gibson [Part 3: Plots] 2018/01/30 06:10 gibson [Math 445 lab 2: plotting and scripts] 2018/01/30 06:09 gibson [Part 1: Vector manipulation] 2018/01/30 06:08 gibson [Part 3: Plots] 2018/01/30 06:05 gibson [Part 2: Computing sums] 2018/01/30 06:05 gibson [Part 2: Computing sums] 2018/01/30 03:50 gibson [Part 3: Plots] 2018/01/30 03:48 gibson 2018/01/30 03:47 gibson [Part 2: Computing sums] 2018/01/30 03:46 gibson [Part 2: Computing sums] 2018/01/30 03:46 gibson [Part 2: Computing sums] 2018/01/30 03:44 gibson [Part 1: Vector manipulation] 2018/01/30 03:41 gibson [Math 445 lab 2: plotting and scripts] 2018/01/30 03:38 gibson 2018/01/30 03:31 gibson 2018/01/30 03:05 gibson 2018/01/30 02:59 gibson 2018/01/30 02:36 gibson created Line 99: Line 99: **16.** Make a plot of a unit circle, i.e. a curve that satisfies $x^2 + y^2 = 1$. Draw the circle with a thick red line, label the axes, and give the plot a title. Make sure the circle looks like a circle and not an oval. Hint: don't try to draw the plot using the equation $x^2 + y^2 = 1$. Instead parameterize the curve in terms of the angle $\theta$, i.e. calculate $x$ and $y$ from $\theta$. **16.** Make a plot of a unit circle, i.e. a curve that satisfies $x^2 + y^2 = 1$. Draw the circle with a thick red line, label the axes, and give the plot a title. Make sure the circle looks like a circle and not an oval. Hint: don't try to draw the plot using the equation $x^2 + y^2 = 1$. Instead parameterize the curve in terms of the angle $\theta$, i.e. calculate $x$ and $y$ from $\theta$. + (I previously had a problem 17, revisiting the sum of $1/n$...to be written. But on second thought, this problem belongs in lab 3. So expect it there.) - **17.** Revisiting the sum of $1/n$...to be written. 