Qué rollo banda… jaja en este post les platicaré sobre este programa llamado Scilab. Para empezar, no pude descargarlo por cuestiones de seguridad que Apple se inventa en sus computadoras y toda esa onda aunque la verdad me dio flojera investigar más a fondo sobre cómo hacer que lo abriera pero en fin, busqué varios videos y aquí está mi reseña.
SciLab es un programa que puede ser de gran utilidad para cualquier área que involucre el análisis numérico. Nos permite crear gráficas en 2-d y 3-d así como cálculos de funciones y un sin fin de posibilidades hablando de las matemáticas.
Es muy interesante todo lo que puedes hacer con este programa, ya sea cuando tienes demasiado tiempo libre o cuando de verdad lo necesitas. Bueno, esto es todo para este post, estoy guardando las palabras de despedida para el próximo que será el último… Disculpen, me ganó el lado sentimental…
What do I think about the course, well this is amazing because Ken evaluates you by letting you evaluate yourself; how does this works, well in order to learn you need to search on the internet and ask your classmates around on how to solve problems. Ken told us that he wasn’t going to lecture us like every other class, that he wanted us to learn on ourselves. I wanted to say that this is the best course I have ever taken, because you measure your own intelligence by asking yourself how good have you been doing during, have you been doing all the assignments, and quizes. Also in order to grade ourselves we must create a blog post for each work we work on. My conclusion is that I think this way to teach might not work on everyone but on some of us who don’t like to depend on others, just on ourselves it’s a good way to learn; also it is said that students won’t attend to class if they can’t fail by not going to class, I was there everyclass and most students were always there, also when the class was over, many of us stayed later in order to end the assignments for the day. “IN KEN WE TRUST”
Say NO to lecturing, it’s boring
In case you would like to know more abou this kind of learning, check out this links:
Buen día clase, hoy les presentaré este programa. La verdad es que no he tenido mucho tiempo para explorar todas sus opciones pero si lo he manipulado para ejercicios de mate. Es muy bueno para las gráficas y funciones matemáticas. Además, también ayuda a trabajar con matrices, sus cálculos y otras respectivas operaciones.
This one was very difficult so I asked my friend Christian for his help, he is going to be a programmer so I thought he could help me figure out what to do; therefore I saw the way he did it in order to do it, I basically do it with him the whole time, because I wasn’t sure how to do it. It was hard :O but I did it finally. Here is the CODE in case you might need it.
Anyways, it was hard, but Christian made it easier, so I thank BatmanTec for coding.
Aquí están mis programas del examen parcial. Debido a que esta semana me traen como esclavo (qué raro del Tec) con el taller vertical y proyectos finales, no les pondré una descripción de cómo hice cada programa. Solo el de fibonacci no lo he podido hacer con loop pero espero en un rato libre… Suerte en su taller vertical!
Programa 1: Crear un triángulo de T
Programa 2: Elevar un número a cierta potencia.
Programa 3: Sucesión de Fibonacci usando loop (en este caso es con recursion).
Programa 4: Ver si una palabra es palíndromo o no.
Hey for this one it’s enought to say that I tried as much as I could, but I wasn’t able to complete it so I got lots of help from different post until I found one which was really complex, an decided to use that one with some modification.
And there you have them, here is the code in case you need help with it.
Hi class, this quiz was an easy one. it has to parts, so let us start with it.
- the first part we need to create a function called palindrome, this function will switch any character string and if it is the same we will call it palindrome
We have tu include #include <string> in order to work with strings, and the main part is a for
for( i= cadena.size()-1; i>=0; i–)
cadena_inv += cadena.at(i);
here is it, the for is going to order the character switched and downstairs we will evaluate with an if to know if it was a palindrome or not
HERE IS THE CODE
- The second part is easier. The user will enter a range of numbers and we just have tu add the ones wich are divisible by three.
Also is a for, but now we have an array, is like this
for(int i=0; i<cant; i=i+1)
It was another FRIDAY quiz.
This time i will show you how to find the distance between two points.
The user is going to provide you where the point are and with this AWESOME formula you can calculate the distance
d = sqrt((pow((x2-x1),2))- (pow((y2-y1),2)));
Here is my complete CODE
Class, HERE IS A DIFFICULT ONE. just kidding
This time we will code about palindromes and lychrel numbers
MY CODE is not finished i have a little mistake but i have not found it.
The code is like this. You need to functions.
1) One is for the numbers to get switched
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TcLQaL9-N7s here is the Video I used to learn about this
2) The second function is to evaluate in the range of number the user provides you if there is palindromes, lychrel numbers or no lychrel number
this link is where i understand what was a palindrome and lychrel number. Just take a look if you are as lost as i was
Hi class, Im here with a new #WSQ
This time it is about a list of ten numbers, porvided by the user, and we will calculate the average and standard deviation of those numbers.
For this program Im using an array, this is like a box in wich you are introducing the ten numbers. Is like this
and when the user write the numbers the cin part is like this
after this we continue writing the x[i] when we want to use the ten number in a cycle or something. MY CODE IS UPSTAIRS IF YOU WANT TO TAKE A LOOK