[Tutor] Maximum value in an array
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Fri Mar 17 13:02:03 EDT 2017
Aaliyah Ebrahim wrote:
Hello again. Was your previous question answered to your satisfaction?
> I am trying to practice the following question for my test tomorrow.
> Please help me find my errors.
> *Consider the following displacement sequence [x1; x2;..... x11] and
> velocity sequence [v1; v2;....... v11]:x[k+1] = x[k]+ 0.1 v[k]v[k+1] =
> v[k] - 10* x[k] + 0.1 sin(0.1* k *theta)Compute the maximum displacement
> from the displacementsequence. Use theta = 1 [rad] and theinitial values
> x1 = 0 and v1 = 0.*
A few hints:
The above description uses x1, ..., x11 to describe the entries in the
sequence. Python on the other side uses zero-based indices:
x, ..., x # eleven entries
A good start might be to convert the above task to that system before you
begin coding. Be careful about the one place where k is not an array index.
> Here is my code:
> x = np.zeros(11)
> v = np.zeros(11)
> x = 1
> v = 1
Where do the ones come from?
> a = np.arange(1,10,1)
How many entries does a have? How many should it actually have?
> for k in a:
> x[k+1] = x[k] + 0.1*v[k]
> v[k+1] = v[k] - 10*x[k] +0.1*sin(0.1*k*1)
Does this loop ever use the inital values v and x?
> *This was a follow-up question with a suggested answer:Repeat the maximum
> displacement computation for theta = 1; 2,3.... 20 [rad] and store the
> maximum displacement for each in a list.from math import sinmax_disp =
> omega_values = range(1, 21, 1)for omega in omega_values: x =
> * 11 v = [0.0] * 11 for k in range(10): x[k+1] = x[k] + 0.1 *
> v[k] v[k+1] = v[k] - 10 * x[k] + 0.1 * sin(0.1 * omega * (k + 1))
> max_disp.append( max(x) ) print(max_disp)*
> My question is what do the lines in red mean?
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