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HW1
Solution 1

HW2 Solution 2

HW3 Solution
3

HW4 Solution
4

HW5 Soln5Part1
Soln5Part2 (The
second part contains matlab source and plots.)

Prelim 1 solution (6 meg, includes question statements) Kinematics solution to problem 1 grading comments grade statistics

HW6 Solution 6

HW7 Solution 7, pen and paper Solution 7, matlab

the solutions above to HW7 are complete in themselves, but if you want to download the m-files individually they are listed below for your convenience:

fan_driver.m fan_solve.m fan_angles.m see also m-files listed at the bottom of the matlab page

HW8 Solution 8, pen and paper Solution 8, matlab

the solutions above to HW8 are complete in themselves, but if you want to download the m-files individually they are listed below for your convenience:

fan_driver.m fan_solve.m see also m-files listed at the bottom of the matlab page, especially the file linkage_ag.m

HW9 Solution 9, pen and paper Solution 9, matlab

the matlab solution above to HW9 is complete in itself, but if you want to download the m-files individually they are listed below for your convenience:

fan_driver.m fan_solve.m cross_2d_ij.m see also m-files listed at the bottom of the matlab page

HW10 Solution 10, pen and paper Solution 10, matlab

and with same disclaimer as given for the past homeworks:

fan_driver.m fan_solve.m

HW11

Solution 11

HW12

Solution 12

Prelim 2, Prelim 2 solution, grade statistics

Last homework, due: never

Solution 13

Solution to final