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# Introduction to Programming in MATLAB

## Introduction to Programming in MATLAB

Introduction to Programming in MATLAB

This note explains the following topics: Basic Procedures in Using MATLAB, Example Problems Solved with MATLAB, Arithmetic Operations on the Elements in Arrays, Logical Operators and Functions, Using MATLAB to Display Results, MATLAB Arithmetic Functions, Functions that Operate on Arrays, The Main Group of Matrix Operations, MATLAB m-Files, New Features of Matlab, Structures, Cells and Other Arays.

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