CH4scripts - %Ch 4 scripts % Scripts for Chapter 4 hold on...

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scripts % Scripts for Chapter 4 hold on x = -2:0.01:2; plot(x, exp(x)) plot(x, sinh(x)) plot(x, cosh(x)) plot([-2 2], [0 0]) plot([0 0], [-4 8]) hold off % % % Script prepared by D. T. Valentine - September 2006. % % The question raised is: What range of angles, i.e., % which of the four quadrants of the circle from 0 to % 2*pi are the angular outputs of each of the functions? % % Determine the values of x to be examined: % x = -1:0.001:1; % % Compute the arc-functions: % y1 = acos(x); y2 = asin(x); y3 = atan(x); % % Convert the angles from radians to degrees: % y1 = 180*y1/pi; y2 = 180*y2/pi; y3 = 180*y3/pi; % % Plot the results: % plot(y1,x,y2,x,y3,x),grid,legend('asin(x)', 'acos(x)','atan(x)') xlabel('\theta in degrees') ylabel('x, the argument of the function') % % REMARKS: Note the following: % (1) The acos(x) varies from 0 to 90 to 180 degrees. % (2) The asin(x) varies from -90 to 0 to 90 degrees. % (3) The atan(x) varies from -45 to 0 to 45 degrees.
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