how can i write this in matlab help me plz

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jack on 30 Jul 2014
Commented: Srinivas G on 6 Jun 2021
The historic Kepler’s equation has the form M = E−e·sin(E). Solve this equation for e = 0.96727464, the eccentricity of Halley’s comet, and M = 4.527594×10−3 . Use Newton’s method with an accuracy of 5 × 10−5 and a starting value of 1.
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Srinivas G
Srinivas G on 6 Jun 2021
accept three subject marks and calculate total,avg if student pass in all subjects then give grade if marks 60= A, 50=B,40=C

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Salaheddin Hosseinzadeh
Salaheddin Hosseinzadeh on 30 Jul 2014
Hi Jack,
I guess it's your lucky day.
Once I wrote programs that uses 3 different methods to calculate the root, and one of the is the Newton's.
And since I did it in MATLAB it's capable of solving any equations, so you can solve this particular one as well
I'm gonna attach the Newton one here ;)
One thing! You have to change the unknown variable to X, which I think it's E here in your equation.
Salaheddin Hosseinzadeh
Salaheddin Hosseinzadeh on 30 Jul 2014
Ok Jack
Apparently it's your assignment!
I would not sent you the file if I'd known that! I have even a simple one of course, in the form of a script and without GUI. But I'm sorry, I'm not intending to do assignments!

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