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Tracing Conditional 2 What is the value of each of the following variables after the function calls. If there is an error answer 'Error'?1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 function out = Cond2(hour) switch hour case 10 out = 'one'; case {6, 11, 'midnight'} out= {0, 'two'; case 0.33, 'eight'} out= 'three'; otherwise out= 'four'; end A= Cond2(10.5) B= Cond2('midnight') C= Cond2('Midnight') D= Cond2(0) E= Cond2([0 0.33]) Key Concepts Understanding how to trace through a function Understanding switch statements
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