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how can find angle for symbolic function

Asked by ahmed fawzy

ahmed fawzy

on 23 Oct 2012
syms r2s r2ext F Text
r2=r2s+((1-(r2s).^2).*r2ext.*exp(-j*2*pi.*F.*Text));

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ahmed fawzy

ahmed fawzy

on 23 Oct 2012

please if any one know answer reply quikly

Walter Roberson

Walter Roberson

on 23 Oct 2012

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Answer by Matt Fig

Matt Fig

on 23 Oct 2012

The angle is just:

ANG = atan(imag(r2s)/real(r2s));

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Muruganandham Subramanian

Muruganandham Subramanian

on 23 Oct 2012

can we use angle() command?..

Matt Fig

Matt Fig

on 23 Oct 2012

Not in 2011b. The ANGLE function calls ATAN2, which is not defined for symbolics.

john

john

on 6 Mar 2013

In witch version can by used angle for symbolics?

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