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write a matlab script that allowss the user to plot one to plot one of the following functions over the range 0 less than or equal to x equal to or less than 10. x<=x<=10
Using the input command, your script should ask the user to select which function to plot. Then , the script should generate the desired plot.
I'm not really sure what i'm supposed to do for this problem, the things covered in the book seem a bit vague to me.
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was the input 1? If so then plot cos(x). Wss the input 2? If so then plot sin(x). And so on.
I would use the menu function:
button = menu('Select one',... 'f1(x)=cos(x)',... 'f2(x)=sin(x)',... 'f3(x)=(-x^2)+10x') if button == 1 % Plot function 1 elseif button == 2 % Plot function 2 else % Plot function 3 end
But if it requires the input() function, there are examples in the help for that, which you should easily be able to adapt.
hi, try his basic sol :
fprintf(' SELECT A FUNCTION TO PLOT :\n case1 : cos(x) \n case(2) sin(x) .\n case (3) : -x^2+10x :\n'); a=input('');
figure, plot(x,sin(x)); elseif a==3
figure, plot(x,-x.^2+10*x); end