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S i m u l i n k Prof. Muhammad Saeed Mathematical Modeling and Simulation UsingMATLAB 1
2 Introduction How to start? Block Library Model Blocks Virtual Non-virtual User-defined Ports Time States Continuous Discrete Hybrid Parameters Normal Tunable Sample Time Subsystems
3 Basic Blocks: Math Operations Logic & Bitwise Operators Sinks Sources Continuous Discontinuous Discrete User-defined Functions Language structures as blocks if for while do while Switch
4 Creating Models Block Selection Sources Sinks System Blocks Block Editing Color Size Alignment Labeling Parameters and states Connecting Blocks Group Blocks
5 Model Blocks: Source Sink Multiplication and Division Addition and Subtraction
6 Model Blocks: Sum Dot Product Vector Multiplication Matrix Multiplication Element by Element By Matrix Rule
7 Model Blocks: Built-in Functions abs max, min Logarithmic, exponential Trigonometric Polynomial Product Rounding off
8 Model Blocks: User-defined Functions Embedded Matlab Function Function of Matlab Functions Matlab Function
9 Differential Equation Models 1.
10 Differential Equation Models 2.
11 Differential Equation Models
12 Differential Equation Models
13 Differential Equation Models
14 3. Differential Equation Models
15 Differential Equation Models
16 If else For While switch
17 IF Block
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MULT. INTEGERS 1. IF THE SIGNS ARE THE SAME THE ANSWER IS POSITIVE 2. IF THE SIGNS ARE DIFFERENT THE ANSWER IS NEGATIVE.
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DIVIDING INTEGERS 1. IF THE SIGNS ARE THE SAME THE ANSWER IS POSITIVE 2. IF THE SIGNS ARE DIFFERENT THE ANSWER IS NEGATIVE.
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ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS Step 1Write the problem. Step 2Substitute in the values for the unknown (variable). Step 3Use PEMDAS (remember to go left to right).
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One step equations Add Subtract Multiply Divide Addition X + 5 = -9 X = X = X = X = X = 2.
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