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Short Assignment Requirements

Answer problems teacup problems 5 and 6 and epidemic problem 6. For Epidemic problem take derivative of plots from previous problem in'Epidemiclastproblem' that is attached, to create a new plots. Plot needed to take the derivative from Epidemic problem is attached in the zip file. For teacup problems 5 & 6 answer questions and check with the 'self check' in page 3 and last page of teacuppdf file. teacup script and function example attempt for problem 5 is attached as 'teacupproblem'. 'self check' for 'epidemic problem 6' is attached in 'pdfs' with teacup problem pdf.

Assignment Code

function [S,I,R,N]=DiseaseSimulate(a,b,h,S0,I0,R0,nSteps)

for i=1:nSteps

Assignment Code

function [S ,I, R, N]=DiseaseStep(a,b,h,S0,I0,R0,N)
% Derivative of S  
% New value of S
% Derivative of I  
% New value of I
% Derivative of R  
% R's new value

Assignment Code

function [isepidemic,maxvalue,maxtime]=IsEpidemic(S0,I0,a,b)


% Call DiseaseSimulate


% Check validity of epidemic
    fprintf('Is Epidemic')
fprintf('Is epidemic, time %.2f days, number of people %0.0f 



Assignment Code

function [ x,y,x1,y1,x2,y2,x3,y3 ] = RotateCircle( R,r,K1,K2,K4,K5 )
         % Position of the handle of the small plate   
         x = cosd(K2)     
         y = sind(K2)   
         % Position of bigger plate 
         x1 = x + cosd(K1)*R     
         y1 = y + sind(K1)*R     
         % The limits 
         K3 = linspace(0,2*pi,360)  ;    
         % The points for the platter   
         x2 = cos(K3)*R     ;
         y2 = sin(K3)*R    ;
         % Teacup points   
         x3 = cos(K3)+(cosd(K1)*R)  ;
         y3 = sin(K3)+(sind(K1)*R)  ; 
         % Plot the data on a subplot     
         subplot(2,3,1)   ;      
         plot(x2,y2,'k')    ; 
         hold on    
         % Teacup plot   
         plot(x3,y3,'r')  ; 
         % Handle plot 

        plot(x1,y1,'Xk') ;
        axis equal    ;
        % Title for the graph     
        title('Teacup R=6.0 A=0.0 a=3.1') ;    
        xlabel('Position (meters)')      ;
        ylabel('Position (meters)')       ;
         x = cosd(K5)     
         y = sind(K5)   
         % Bigger handle while considering the bigger plate's position 
         x1 = x + cosd(K4)*R     
         y1 = y + sind(K4)*R     
         % Create array to make a circle      
         K3 = linspace(0,2*pi,360)  ;    
         % Platter points   
         x2 = cos(K3)*R     ;
         y2 = sin(K3)*R    ;
         % Points for the teacup   
         x3 = cos(K3)+(cosd(K4)*R)  ;
         y3 = sin(K3)+(sind(K4)*R)  ; 
         % Platter plot      
         subplot(2,3,2)   ;      
         plot(x2,y2,'k')    ; 
         hold on    
         % Teacup plot   
         plot(x3,y3,'r')  ; 
         % Handle plot

        plot(x1,y1,'Xk') ;
        axis equal    ;
        % Title and labels    
      title('Teacup R=6.2 A=0.6 a=3.0') ;    
        xlabel('Position (meters)')      ;
        ylabel('Position (meters)')       ;


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