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# 11_pdfsam_2 - >> average_cost = cost command...

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Commas and semicolons can be used to place multiple commands on one line, with commas producing display of results, semicolons supressing Percent sign (%) begins a comment, with all text up to the next line ignored by Matlab Three periods ( ... ) at the end of a command indicates that the command continues on the next line. A continuation cannot be given in the middle of a variable name. Example 2.4 Use of punctuation >> screws = 36 screws = 36 >> items items = 90 >> items = screws + bolts + rivets items = 94 >> screws=32, bolts=18; rivets=40; % multiple commands screws = 32 >> items = screws + bolts + rivets; >> cost = screws*0.12 + bolts*0.18 + rivets*0.08;
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Unformatted text preview: >> average_cost = cost/. .. % command continuation items average_cost = 0.1142 2.3 Basic Mathematical Functions Matlab supports many mathematical functions, most of which are used in the same way you write them mathematically. Elementary math functions (enter help elfun for a more complete list): abs(x) Absolute value | x | sign(x) Sign, returns − 1 if x < 0, 0 if x = 0, 1 if x > exp(x) Exponential e x log(x) Natural logarithm ln x log10(x) Common (base 10) logarithm log 10 x sqrt(x) Square root √ x rem(x,y) Remainder of x/y . For example, rem(100,21) is 16. Also called the modulus function. 24...
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