Assignments

Special software is required to use some of the files in this section: .m.

In 2.003, all of the problems come from an archive of problems created for the class. You can download the archive or view it directly from your browser. All Problem numbers refer to the Problem Archive unless otherwise noted.

Problem Set Archive (PDF - 10.0 MB)


WEEK # ASSIGNMENT # ASSIGNMENTS NOTES
1 Problem Set 1 Supplement 1 (PDF) and the Archive problems 1.1; 2.2; 4.10; 4.13; 7.1;10.1; 10.2; 10.4; 18.1

Reading: Notes Ch. 1; supplemental notes on Complex Numbers are available in the study materials section

1.1) You should assume that this is the driven response of a first-order rotational system. You will need to specify the drive as well as the system

2.2) Assume that this is a homogeneous response

10.1-18.1) These are essentially a review of some material from 18.03

2 Problem Set 2 Archive problems: 4.15; 4.24; 6.1; 7.2; 10.3; 10.12; 17.9
3 Problem Set 3 Light Bulb Problem (PDF) and Archive problems 1.2; 4.7; 6.3; 7.3; 15.1; 17.13 Supporting Files for Light Bulb Problem:

bulbfit.m (M)
bulbdata.m (M)
4 Problem Set 4 Assignment 4 (PDF)
5 Problem Set 5 Archive problems: 5.2; 8.4; 8.6(a-d only); 8.7; 8.9; 17.14; 17.26
6 Problem Set 6 Assignment 6 (PDF)
8 Problem Set 7 Archive problems: 12.2; 12.3; 12.4; 12.5; 12.6; 12.7; 12.8
9 Problem Set 8 Archive problems: 4.14; 4.18; 10.6; 12.10; 17.5; 17.10; 17.20
11 Problem Set 9 Archive problems: 4.17; 8.1; 8.2; 11.2; 11.5; 17.4 Problem 11.5: Also use MATLAB® to generate exact plots for each of these systems using the bode command
12 Problem Set 10 Archive problems: 8.3; 11.3; 17.21; 17.18; 17.1; 13.1 (a-d); 14.1