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Course: CS 1371, Fall 2008
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heat function = temperaturePlot(ri, ro, Ti, To) r = linspace(ro, ri, 100); R = log (ro./r); Ri = log (ro/ri); T = To + plot(r, (Ti-To)*R/Ri; T, 'red'), grid on title('Temperature vs Radius') xlabel('radius') ylabel('temp') heat = 'done';

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heat function = temperaturePlot(ri, ro, Ti, To) r = linspace(ro, ri, 100); R = log (ro./r); Ri = log (ro/ri); T = To + plot(r, (Ti-To)*R/Ri; T, 'red'), grid on title('Temperature vs Radius') ...

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