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### MatlabTutorialPart1

Course: CM 5100, Fall 2008
School: Mich Tech
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Short A Tutorial on Matlab ( by T. Co, 2003,2004 ) Part I. BASICS I. Assigning Values to Variables, Vectors and Matrices Use the equality symbol, e.g. A=3 Variables are case sensitive: temperature is not the same as Temperature To check values, just type the variable name There are special constants already available, e.g. pi, Inf For complex numbers, either use 3+2i or 3+2j Vectors and matrices are enclosed...

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