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Write several MATLAB functions that will solve these 3 problems. I have provided both the problems and the solutions, so all I need help with is the MATLAB coding.

I need to be able use other values as inputs, please do not set all of the parameters as fixed inputs.

Here are my variable inputs for each problem
Problem #1
Variable Input for the length of rod, # of revolutions and magentic field
Problem #2
Variable Input for Electric Field and Er
Problem#3
Variable input for Zo, Zl, and wavelength.

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The attached Matlab scripts execute the tasks you specified.

The following are examples of use of the scripts:

>> Voltage = CalcInducedVoltage
Please type length of rod in cm = 50
Revolutions per minute = 90
Magnetic field in Tesla [Bx, By, Bz]= [0, 0, 2e-4]

Voltage =

2.3562e-004

>>

>> TransmissionLine
Type Line impedance in Ohm: [ real, imag ] = [50 0]
Type Load impedance in Ohm: [ real, imag ] = [30 -50]
Type wavelength in cm: 8

Gamma =

0.1011 - 0.5618i

Gamma = (0.101124) + i(-0.561798)
|Gamma| = 0.570826, theta_r = arg(Gamma) = -79.796Â°
S = 3.66012, l_max = 3.11338, l_min = 1.11338
>>

>> CalcPlaneWave
Please type material dielectric consant: 2.56
We assume the wave vector directed along the positive direction of the Z-axis
And represent the electric field as [E_x,E_y]*cos( omega*t - kz)
Type electric field amplitude in units of V/m: [E_x, E_y] = [0 20]
Type angular frequency in units of rad/s: omega = pi * 6e9

Results:
f = 3 GHz, u_p = 1.875e+008 m/s, eta = 235.625 Ohm
lambda = 6.25 cm, k = 100.531 rad/m
H = [H_x, H_y] = [0.0848806, 0]cos (1.88496e+010 t - 100.531 z) (A/m)
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