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# An Introduction to Matlab (PDF 47P)

## An Introduction to Matlab (PDF 47P)

An Introduction to Matlab (PDF 47P)

This note provides only a brief glimpse of the power and flexibility of the Matlab system.Topics covered are: Matlab as a Calculator, Numbers and Formats, Variables, Suppressing output, Vectors, Plotting Functions, Two–Dimensional Arrays, Systems of Linear Equations, Function m–files, Plotting Surfaces and Graphic User Interfaces.

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47 Pages
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