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Use the attached pptx to find the description of the two problems you will solve

Use the attached pptx to find the description of the two problems you will solve.the template for the matlab code is below Problem 1:(a) Provide details of solution (explain equations you are using and all the parameters in the equation (what they represent, what are their SI units, what is the final unit?) without actual calculations. You can "consolidate" your answer by describing the parts of the solution that match between TE and TM and then the parts that are…

For this lab exercise, I am providing a Matlab File that plots the z = 0 (x,y) p

For this lab exercise, I am providing a Matlab File that plots the z = 0 (x,y) plane distribution of the Hmn (TE) fields (surface plot of H and vector plot of E).You will:1. Change the values of (m,n) and describe what you see. Is this what you expected? Why or why not?2. Edit the file so that it also generates the (xz) or (yz) projections of the H and E fields. What do you observe? Is this what you…

Use the attached pptx to find the description of the two problems you will solve

Use the attached pptx to find the description of the two problems you will solve.Problem 1:(a) Provide details of solution (explain equations you are using and all the parameters in the equation (what they represent, what are their SI units, what is the final unit?) without actual calculations. You can "consolidate" your answer by describing the parts of the solution that match between TE and TM and then the parts that are different.(b) Develop a separate Matlab code for the…

1. Reading. Read Chapter 0 of Mooney and Swift Read through p.44 of BFG, which i

1. Reading. Read Chapter 0 of Mooney and Swift Read through p.44 of BFG, which is available at https://m3challenge. siam.org/sites/default/files/uploads/siam-guidebook-final-press. pdf. 2. Briefly describe one of your past experiences with mathematical modeling. What was the problem, and how did you try to solve it? 3. Instead of M & M candies, suppose that you are filling a jar with dice. Estimate the number of dice that you need. In solving this problem, state all of your assumptions explicitly. 4. MS,…