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how can find angle for symbolic function

Asked by 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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please if any one know answer reply quikly

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Answer by Matt Fig
on 23 Oct 2012

The angle is just:

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

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can we use angle() command?..

Matt Fig
on 23 Oct 2012

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

john
on 6 Mar 2013

In witch version can by used angle for symbolics?


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