QuestionsAnswersWhat does plot(count)do?This MATLAB command plots each column of countas an individual line graph. MATLAB plots the values against the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, ..., 24, because counthas 24 rows. Since counthas three columns, you see three separate line graphs. The three graphs appear on the same figure. What does the horizontal axis on this graph represent?
What happens if I omit the figurecommand?If a current Figure Window already exists, the plot overwrites the plot displayed in that window. Otherwise, MATLAB automatically creates a new Figure Window. Use figureeach time you plot in order to see all of the figures that you make. Why don't these commands end with a semicolon?