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Derive Equations 9.6a and 9.7a, which may be used to

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Problem 9.28

Derive Equations 9.6a and 9.7a, which may be used to convert mass fraction to volume fraction, and vice versa.

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­last resort, use else statement. Cannot put anything after the “else” expression or it won’t read it ­only “if” and “end” are needed ­ the “elseif” and and “else” are not NEEDED >> %Day 7 MATLAB examples >> a=10;b=15;c=20; >> x=a> y=a>c||b> %one means yes, zero means no >> z=a>c&&b> %these are 3 logical operators >> v=x&y v = 1 >> %if x is true and y is true, you should get a true for v as well >> %string compare syntax is "strcmp('Yes','No') >> %ex. s1='upon';s2={'Once','Upon','A','Time'};tf=strcmp(s1,s2) >> s1='upon';s2={'Once','Upon','A','Time'};tf=strcmp(s1,s2) tf = 0 0 0 0 >> %It's comparing each thing and saying yes this is true (1)

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Textbook: Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction
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Author: William Callister
ISBN: 9781118324578

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