using vectors, MATLAB and latex to mathematically plot a sunflower head and to see how changing the golden angle changes the plot. How two equations plotted recursively creates a fractal and how a minimal change to the equations changes the entire plot. How the charge on a capacitor builds up over time with given base. All code given.

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using vectors, MATLAB and latex to mathematically plot a sunflower head and to see how changing the golden angle changes the plot. How two equations plotted recursively creates a fractal and how a minimal change to the equations changes the entire plot. How the charge on a capacitor builds up over time with given base. All code given.

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MAM1044/MAM1043H

Chloe Sole

SLXCHL001

October 9, 2015

Contents

1 Sunflower

1.1 Question: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1.2 Solution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1.3 Code and Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2 Fractal

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2.1 Question . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

2.2 Solution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

2.3 Code and Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

3 Charge on Capacitor

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3.1 Question . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

3.2 Solution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

3.3 Code and Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Abstract

Question 1:

Sunflower Seeds

Sunflower seeds form in the Fibonacci sequence. To mathematically plot

the layout of a sunflower head we treat each seed as a position vector.

Then one can plot them using their distance from the center and theta,

the angle of incidence from a decided axis, where the length is defined as

n and theta dn=180 . n is the number of the seed which you are

defining and d is your angle of divergence between any two successive

seeds.

Figure 1: Sunflower seeds with an angle of divergence between any two successive

seeds being 137.51 and 137.61

As you can see from the above figure a small change in the angle of

divergence results in a completely different plot pattern.

Question 2:

Fractal

Fractals are beautiful structures, images or anything really thats

individual parts are the same as the whole just on a smaller scale. This

beautiful recursive property of fractals make them much easier to model.

Fractals occur in nature as you can see in Figure 2.

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would become more detailed with and increased number of iterations.

Given:

xk+1 = yk (1 + sin0.7xk ) 1.2absxk

yk+1 = 0.21 xk

and

x0 = y0 = 0

If one plots the above equations for k being limited to a maximum value

of 100000 then we get the fractal seen in Figure 3 below.

Question 3:

Charge and Time

Figure 3: A circuit diagram of a resistor (R1 ), capacitor (C1 ) and battery (V)

connected in series.

The capacitor in the above diagram begins to charge at time = 0. This

means that at time = 0 there is no accumulated charge on the capacitors

but as time increases the one disk of the capacitor will accumulate

electrons and become inherently negative whereas the other disk will

become increasingly positive.

The charge accumulated on the capacitors disks follows the

mathematical equation below:

Q(t) = CV (1 et/RC

Thus plotting time (x) versus charge (y) we get:

Chapter

Sunflower

1.1

Question:

The arrangement of seeds in a sunflower head follows

a fixed

mathematical pattern. The (nth ) seed is at position r = n, with

angular co-ordinate dn=180 radians, where d is the constant angle of divergence (in degrees) between any two successive seeds, i.e.

between the nth and (n + 1)th seeds. A perfect sunflower head is

generated by d = 137.51 . Write a program to plot the seeds; use

a circle for each seed. A remarkable feature of this model is that

the angle d must be exact to get proper sunflowers. Experiment

with some different values, e.g. 137.45 (spokes, from fairly far out),

137.65 (spokes all the way), 137.92 (Catherine wheels) and plot

your results.

1.2

Solution

the

layout of a sunflower head given that the (nth ) seed is at position r = n with

angular co-ordinate dn=180 radians, where n is the number of the seed

which you are defining and d is your angle of divergence between any two

successive seeds, we can treat each seed as being a position vector written in

polar co-ordinates. Polar co-ordinates are a form of notation which allows a

position vector

p ~v = xex + y ey to be written in terms of its

magnitude= x2 + y 2 , which in this case is r, and the angle it makes with the

positive x axis. Setting the origin of our

axes to the center of the sunflower our

first seed will be at position n=1, so r = 1 = 1, and theta =

(137.51 )1=180 radians we plot the location of each seed in the head.

To solve this in terms of MATLAB there are three main algorithms that I

would use. The first algorithm is the most time efficient one being that you

create n being an element of 1 to 750 and then defining theta as being

(137.51 )n=180. Doing this theta becomes an array

of numbers as it has a

value for each value of n. Then we define r as being n. This also creates r

being an array of numbers one for each value of n.

The second algorithm is less time efficient but it does however result in the

automatic sequential coloring of the points in an ordered fashion allowing one

to see patterns within the sunflower head more easily. We start this algorithm

by instantiating a variable n to 1. Then ensuring that MATLAB knows to not

refresh the graph for each individual point we define a while loop that will run

until n is 1000. Then while in the loop we calculate the value of theta and r

according to that specific n value at that point, plot it and then increment n

by one and begin the loop once more until n reaches 1000. When n reaches

1000 the loops condition will no longer be true and therefore will not execute

the enclosed code anymore.

The last algorithm I would use to solve this problem is similar to the second

one in terms of time efficiency and they both produce the same colorful plot

due to the use of figure; hold on;. For this algorithm I used a for loop in the

place of the while loop so in basic structure it changed minorly.

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1.3

Code

and

Results

Version 1:

Figure 1.1: Sunflower head with the golden angle of divergence of 137.51

Figure 1.2: Sunflower heads with angles of 131.51 and 138.51 and 137.61

n=1:1:700;

d=137.51;

theta = pi*n*d/180;

r = sqrt(n);

polar(theta,r,'o')

Version 2

Figure 1.3: Sunflower head with the golden angle of divergence of 137.51

Figure 1.4: Sunflower heads with angles of 90.45 and 10 and 190.45

n=1;

d=137.51;

while n<1000,

theta = pi*n*d/180;

r = sqrt(n);

polar(theta,r,'o')

n = n+1;

end

Version 3

Figure 1.5: Sunflower head with the golden angle of divergence of 137.51

Figure 1.6: Sunflower heads with angles of 90.45 and 10 and 190.45

d=137.51;

for n=1:1000,

theta = pi*n*d/180;

r = sqrt(n);

polar(theta,r,'o')

end

Chapter

Fractal

2.1

Question

A rather beautiful fractal picture can be drawn by plotting the

points (xk ; yk ) generated by the following difference equations

xk+1 = yk (1 + sin0.7xk ) 1.2absxk

yk+1 = 0.21 xk

and

x0 = y0 = 0

Write a program to draw the picture (plot individual points; do not

join them).

2.2

Solution

To solve this problem used a for loop to create an array of numbers for

coupled co-ordinates. and then plotted the entire array at the end to be most

time efficient. Another algorithm could be used that would make use of a

while loop in place of the for loop.

Potting the above equations in the question produces a fractal like plot

however if you plot these equations:

xk+1 = yk ((1 + sin0.7xk ) 1.2absxk )

yk+1 = 0.21 xk

and

x0 = y0 = 0

then you end up with a real fractal which always looks the same no matter

how far you zoom in.

2.3

Code

and

Version 1:

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Results

x = zeros(1, 100000);

y = zeros(1, 100000);

for k = 2:100000

x(k)= y(k-1)*(1+sin(0.7*x(k-1)))-1.2*abs(x(k-1));

y(k)= 0.21-x(k-1);

end

plot(x,y,'.')

Version 2:

x = zeros(1, 100000);

y = zeros(1, 100000);

for k = 2:100000

x(k)= y(k-1)*((1+sin(0.7*x(k-1)))-1.2*abs(x(k-1)));

y(k)= 0.21-x(k-1);

end

plot(x,y,'.')

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Chapter

Charge

3.1

on

Capacitor

Question

When a resistor (R), capacitor (C) and battery (V ) are connected

in series, a charge Q builds up on the capacitor according to the

formula Q(t) = CV (1et/RC , if there is no charge on the capacitor

at time t = 0. The problem is to monitor the charge on the capacitor

every 0:1 seconds in order to detect when it reaches a level of 8 units

of charge, given that V = 9;R = 4 and C = 1. Write a program which

displays the time and charge every 0:1 seconds until the charge first

exceeds 8 units (i.e. the last charge displayed must exceed 8). Once

you have done this, rewrite the program to display the charge only

while it is strictly less than 8 units.

3.2

Solution

For the first part of the question I used a while loop to repeat code that

calculates the value for q incrementing the value for time by 0.1 each loop. At

the point at which q either becomes 8 or exceeds 8 the while loop will end. We

then just insert a copy of the code that we are repeating so that it executes it

once more after the loop. Thus producing the results showing q until the first

value that exceeds 8.

The second part is exactly the same just without the copy of the repeated

code outside of the while loop so it just eliminates the one q value that makes

the while loop invalid thus the results produced will be strictly less than 8.

3.3

Code

and

First part of the question:

At time t=1.000000e-01 Q(t)=2.222108e-01

At time t=2.000000e-01 Q(t)=4.389352e-01

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t=9.000000e-01

t=1.000000e+00

t=1.100000e+00

t=1.200000e+00

t=1.300000e+00

t=1.400000e+00

t=1.500000e+00

t=1.600000e+00

t=1.700000e+00

t=1.800000e+00

t=1.900000e+00

t=2.000000e+00

t=2.100000e+00

t=2.200000e+00

t=2.300000e+00

t=2.400000e+00

t=2.500000e+00

t=2.600000e+00

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t=2.900000e+00

t=3.000000e+00

t=3.100000e+00

t=3.200000e+00

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t=3.600000e+00

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t=4.000000e+00

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t=4.600000e+00

t=4.700000e+00

t=4.800000e+00

t=4.900000e+00

t=5.000000e+00

t=5.100000e+00

t=5.200000e+00

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t=5.400000e+00

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t=5.600000e+00

t=5.700000e+00

t=5.800000e+00

t=5.900000e+00

t=6.000000e+00

t=6.100000e+00

t=6.200000e+00

t=6.300000e+00

t=6.400000e+00

t=6.500000e+00

t=6.600000e+00

t=6.700000e+00

t=6.800000e+00

t=6.900000e+00

t=7.000000e+00

t=7.100000e+00

Q(t)=6.503086e-01

Q(t)=8.564632e-01

Q(t)=1.057528e+00

Q(t)=1.253628e+00

Q(t)=1.444887e+00

Q(t)=1.631423e+00

Q(t)=1.813354e+00

Q(t)=1.990793e+00

Q(t)=2.163851e+00

Q(t)=2.332636e+00

Q(t)=2.497254e+00

Q(t)=2.657807e+00

Q(t)=2.814396e+00

Q(t)=2.967120e+00

Q(t)=3.116072e+00

Q(t)=3.261347e+00

Q(t)=3.403034e+00

Q(t)=3.541224e+00

Q(t)=3.676002e+00

Q(t)=3.807452e+00

Q(t)=3.935656e+00

Q(t)=4.060695e+00

Q(t)=4.182647e+00

Q(t)=4.301588e+00

Q(t)=4.417592e+00

Q(t)=4.530732e+00

Q(t)=4.641079e+00

Q(t)=4.748701e+00

Q(t)=4.853666e+00

Q(t)=4.956039e+00

Q(t)=5.055885e+00

Q(t)=5.153266e+00

Q(t)=5.248242e+00

Q(t)=5.340873e+00

Q(t)=5.431217e+00

Q(t)=5.519331e+00

Q(t)=5.605269e+00

Q(t)=5.689085e+00

Q(t)=5.770832e+00

Q(t)=5.850560e+00

Q(t)=5.928320e+00

Q(t)=6.004160e+00

Q(t)=6.078128e+00

Q(t)=6.150269e+00

Q(t)=6.220629e+00

Q(t)=6.289252e+00

Q(t)=6.356181e+00

Q(t)=6.421457e+00

Q(t)=6.485121e+00

Q(t)=6.547214e+00

Q(t)=6.607773e+00

Q(t)=6.666838e+00

Q(t)=6.724444e+00

Q(t)=6.780627e+00

Q(t)=6.835424e+00

Q(t)=6.888867e+00

Q(t)=6.940991e+00

Q(t)=6.991829e+00

Q(t)=7.041410e+00

Q(t)=7.089768e+00

Q(t)=7.136932e+00

Q(t)=7.182931e+00

Q(t)=7.227795e+00

Q(t)=7.271551e+00

Q(t)=7.314226e+00

Q(t)=7.355848e+00

Q(t)=7.396443e+00

Q(t)=7.436035e+00

Q(t)=7.474649e+00

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t=7.300000e+00

t=7.400000e+00

t=7.500000e+00

t=7.600000e+00

t=7.700000e+00

t=7.800000e+00

t=7.900000e+00

t=8.000000e+00

t=8.100000e+00

t=8.200000e+00

t=8.300000e+00

t=8.400000e+00

t=8.500000e+00

t=8.600000e+00

t=8.700000e+00

t=8.800000e+00

Q(t)=7.512310e+00

Q(t)=7.549041e+00

Q(t)=7.584866e+00

Q(t)=7.619805e+00

Q(t)=7.653882e+00

Q(t)=7.687118e+00

Q(t)=7.719533e+00

Q(t)=7.751148e+00

Q(t)=7.781982e+00

Q(t)=7.812055e+00

Q(t)=7.841386e+00

Q(t)=7.869992e+00

Q(t)=7.897892e+00

Q(t)=7.925103e+00

Q(t)=7.951643e+00

Q(t)=7.977527e+00

Q(t)=8.002772e+00

v = 9;

t = 0;

c = 1;

r = 4;

figure; hold on;

q =c*v*(1-exp(-t/r*c));

title('Graph showing the change in Charge (C) over Time (sec):');

xlabel('Time (sec)');

ylabel('Charge (C)');

while q<8,

plot(t,q,'.');

fprintf('At time t=%d Q(t)=%d \n',t,q);

t=t+0.1;

q =c*v*(1-exp(-t/r*c));

end

fprintf('At time t=%d Q(t)=%d \n',t,q);

plot(t,q,'.');

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t=1.000000e-01

t=2.000000e-01

t=3.000000e-01

t=4.000000e-01

t=5.000000e-01

t=6.000000e-01

t=7.000000e-01

t=8.000000e-01

t=9.000000e-01

t=1.000000e+00

t=1.100000e+00

t=1.200000e+00

t=1.300000e+00

t=1.400000e+00

t=1.500000e+00

t=1.600000e+00

t=1.700000e+00

t=1.800000e+00

t=1.900000e+00

t=2.000000e+00

t=2.100000e+00

t=2.200000e+00

t=2.300000e+00

t=2.400000e+00

t=2.500000e+00

t=2.600000e+00

t=2.700000e+00

t=2.800000e+00

t=2.900000e+00

t=3.000000e+00

t=3.100000e+00

t=3.200000e+00

t=3.300000e+00

t=3.400000e+00

t=3.500000e+00

t=3.600000e+00

t=3.700000e+00

t=3.800000e+00

t=3.900000e+00

t=4.000000e+00

t=4.100000e+00

t=4.200000e+00

t=4.300000e+00

t=4.400000e+00

t=4.500000e+00

t=4.600000e+00

t=4.700000e+00

t=4.800000e+00

t=4.900000e+00

t=5.000000e+00

t=5.100000e+00

t=5.200000e+00

t=5.300000e+00

t=5.400000e+00

t=5.500000e+00

t=5.600000e+00

t=5.700000e+00

t=5.800000e+00

t=5.900000e+00

t=6.000000e+00

t=6.100000e+00

t=6.200000e+00

t=6.300000e+00

t=6.400000e+00

t=6.500000e+00

t=6.600000e+00

t=6.700000e+00

t=6.800000e+00

Q(t)=2.222108e-01

Q(t)=4.389352e-01

Q(t)=6.503086e-01

Q(t)=8.564632e-01

Q(t)=1.057528e+00

Q(t)=1.253628e+00

Q(t)=1.444887e+00

Q(t)=1.631423e+00

Q(t)=1.813354e+00

Q(t)=1.990793e+00

Q(t)=2.163851e+00

Q(t)=2.332636e+00

Q(t)=2.497254e+00

Q(t)=2.657807e+00

Q(t)=2.814396e+00

Q(t)=2.967120e+00

Q(t)=3.116072e+00

Q(t)=3.261347e+00

Q(t)=3.403034e+00

Q(t)=3.541224e+00

Q(t)=3.676002e+00

Q(t)=3.807452e+00

Q(t)=3.935656e+00

Q(t)=4.060695e+00

Q(t)=4.182647e+00

Q(t)=4.301588e+00

Q(t)=4.417592e+00

Q(t)=4.530732e+00

Q(t)=4.641079e+00

Q(t)=4.748701e+00

Q(t)=4.853666e+00

Q(t)=4.956039e+00

Q(t)=5.055885e+00

Q(t)=5.153266e+00

Q(t)=5.248242e+00

Q(t)=5.340873e+00

Q(t)=5.431217e+00

Q(t)=5.519331e+00

Q(t)=5.605269e+00

Q(t)=5.689085e+00

Q(t)=5.770832e+00

Q(t)=5.850560e+00

Q(t)=5.928320e+00

Q(t)=6.004160e+00

Q(t)=6.078128e+00

Q(t)=6.150269e+00

Q(t)=6.220629e+00

Q(t)=6.289252e+00

Q(t)=6.356181e+00

Q(t)=6.421457e+00

Q(t)=6.485121e+00

Q(t)=6.547214e+00

Q(t)=6.607773e+00

Q(t)=6.666838e+00

Q(t)=6.724444e+00

Q(t)=6.780627e+00

Q(t)=6.835424e+00

Q(t)=6.888867e+00

Q(t)=6.940991e+00

Q(t)=6.991829e+00

Q(t)=7.041410e+00

Q(t)=7.089768e+00

Q(t)=7.136932e+00

Q(t)=7.182931e+00

Q(t)=7.227795e+00

Q(t)=7.271551e+00

Q(t)=7.314226e+00

Q(t)=7.355848e+00

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t=6.900000e+00

t=7.000000e+00

t=7.100000e+00

t=7.200000e+00

t=7.300000e+00

t=7.400000e+00

t=7.500000e+00

t=7.600000e+00

t=7.700000e+00

t=7.800000e+00

t=7.900000e+00

t=8.000000e+00

t=8.100000e+00

t=8.200000e+00

t=8.300000e+00

t=8.400000e+00

t=8.500000e+00

t=8.600000e+00

t=8.700000e+00

Q(t)=7.396443e+00

Q(t)=7.436035e+00

Q(t)=7.474649e+00

Q(t)=7.512310e+00

Q(t)=7.549041e+00

Q(t)=7.584866e+00

Q(t)=7.619805e+00

Q(t)=7.653882e+00

Q(t)=7.687118e+00

Q(t)=7.719533e+00

Q(t)=7.751148e+00

Q(t)=7.781982e+00

Q(t)=7.812055e+00

Q(t)=7.841386e+00

Q(t)=7.869992e+00

Q(t)=7.897892e+00

Q(t)=7.925103e+00

Q(t)=7.951643e+00

Q(t)=7.977527e+00

v = 9;

t = 0;

c = 1;

r = 4;

figure; hold on;

q =c*v*(1-exp(-t/r*c));

title('Graph showing the change in Charge (C) over Time (sec):');

xlabel('Time (sec)');

ylabel('Charge (C)');

while q<8,

plot(t,q,'.');

fprintf('At time t=%d Q(t)=%d \n',t,q);

t=t+0.1;

q =c*v*(1-exp(-t/r*c));

end

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