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Topic: Matlab basic Tutorial
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Elite Hussar

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Re: Matlab basic Tutorial
Posted: May 27, 2010 5:16 AM
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Matlab Tutorial 2 ? Vectors and matrices
We have already seen how to define a vector and assign a variable name to it. Often it is useful to define vectors (and matrices) that contain equally spaced entries. This can be done by specifying the first entry, an increment, and the last entry. MATLAB will automatically figure out how many entries you need and their values. For example, to create a vector whose entries are 0,1,2,3,?,7, 8, you can type

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