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constantly receiving an error undefined function or variable z when use solve

Polynomials with a degree greater than 4 do not have explicit solutions. You can use vpa syms x y f1 = y == x^3 f2 = x^2+y^2...

constantly receiving an error undefined function or variable z when use solve

Polynomials with a degree greater than 4 do not have explicit solutions. You can use vpa syms x y f1 = y == x^3 f2 = x^2+y^2...

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How to multiply only some column and rows for a given number?!

You are close to the answer, but you need to keep the first column % your matrix with data A = rand(2,21); % multiply all b...

How to multiply only some column and rows for a given number?!

You are close to the answer, but you need to keep the first column % your matrix with data A = rand(2,21); % multiply all b...

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Unstable derivative approximation when steps get too small

This is expected. Look here for details https://blogs.mathworks.com/cleve/2013/10/14/complex-step-differentiation/

Unstable derivative approximation when steps get too small

This is expected. Look here for details https://blogs.mathworks.com/cleve/2013/10/14/complex-step-differentiation/

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How to start streamlines on the surface of a sphere? griddedInterpolant requires at least two sample points in each dimension

It looks like streamline does not accepts coordinates coming from your spherical construction. If you start form a cartesian gri...

How to start streamlines on the surface of a sphere? griddedInterpolant requires at least two sample points in each dimension

It looks like streamline does not accepts coordinates coming from your spherical construction. If you start form a cartesian gri...

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n! permutation matrices

Is this what you wish? % identity matrix A = eye(4); % permuatations idx = perms(1:4); % all matrices in a cell array B = ...

n! permutation matrices

Is this what you wish? % identity matrix A = eye(4); % permuatations idx = perms(1:4); % all matrices in a cell array B = ...

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Solve the system of the 1-st order differential equations

Have a look at the ode suite

Solve the system of the 1-st order differential equations

Have a look at the ode suite

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How to make two vectors the same size?

Try fkld=sum(dot(p,log(p./q))); with the element-wise division ./

How to make two vectors the same size?

Try fkld=sum(dot(p,log(p./q))); with the element-wise division ./

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Inner matrix dimensions must agree

fkj= sum(.5*((p.^2-q.^2).^2)./((p.*q).^1.5)); Note that .^ .* and ./ operators are used for element-wise operation (see also St...

Inner matrix dimensions must agree

fkj= sum(.5*((p.^2-q.^2).^2)./((p.*q).^1.5)); Note that .^ .* and ./ operators are used for element-wise operation (see also St...

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Inverse matrix in Matlab very different to Excel

The answer is not very different. As Jeremy commented, the results are similar a part from numerical tolerances. You can verify ...

Inverse matrix in Matlab very different to Excel

The answer is not very different. As Jeremy commented, the results are similar a part from numerical tolerances. You can verify ...

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How to call a multi output function without repeating the run

function [c, ceq] = nonconst(x) [total_value, Delta_value, energy_value] = digital(x); c = total_value-u*v;... ` `%fi...

How to call a multi output function without repeating the run

function [c, ceq] = nonconst(x) [total_value, Delta_value, energy_value] = digital(x); c = total_value-u*v;... ` `%fi...

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How to color a mesh by temperature(or other value) preserving the elevation. Using two matrix(same length)

% dummy data [X,Y] = meshgrid(1:0.5:10,1:20); Z = sin(X).*cos(Y); T = X+Y; % plot surf(X,Y,Z,T) colormap('hot') colorba...

How to color a mesh by temperature(or other value) preserving the elevation. Using two matrix(same length)

% dummy data [X,Y] = meshgrid(1:0.5:10,1:20); Z = sin(X).*cos(Y); T = X+Y; % plot surf(X,Y,Z,T) colormap('hot') colorba...

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How can I get an array of velocity if I have an array of position and another array of time

First, you need a element-wise division pos = [0 2 4 8 16 32 64]; t = [0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6]; V = diff(pos)./diff(t); ...

How can I get an array of velocity if I have an array of position and another array of time

First, you need a element-wise division pos = [0 2 4 8 16 32 64]; t = [0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6]; V = diff(pos)./diff(t); ...

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Numerical Solution for a System of THREE Differential Equations

This is an ODE, not PDE. Look for the ODE suite

Numerical Solution for a System of THREE Differential Equations

This is an ODE, not PDE. Look for the ODE suite

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Area under curves with different length (trapz)

If you have the x axes for both waves, it is pretty easy to use trapz: N1 = 1036; N2 = 9958; % wave 1 x1 = linspace(0,2*pi...

Area under curves with different length (trapz)

If you have the x axes for both waves, it is pretty easy to use trapz: N1 = 1036; N2 = 9958; % wave 1 x1 = linspace(0,2*pi...

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Plotting the integral of a graph

Suppose that x and y are the vectors defining your waveform. % dummy values x = linspace(0,2*pi,1000); y = sin(x); % integ...

Plotting the integral of a graph

Suppose that x and y are the vectors defining your waveform. % dummy values x = linspace(0,2*pi,1000); y = sin(x); % integ...

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Does anybody know how to write a function which returns the coordinates of a convex hull of a list of certain points?

% your data N = 20; List = rand(N,2); % convex hull (k is the pointer to the rows in List with the convex hull k = convhul...

Does anybody know how to write a function which returns the coordinates of a convex hull of a list of certain points?

% your data N = 20; List = rand(N,2); % convex hull (k is the pointer to the rows in List with the convex hull k = convhul...

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How to divide a part of array to the another part of it?

T = psi2(1:5)./psi(end-4:end);

How to divide a part of array to the another part of it?

T = psi2(1:5)./psi(end-4:end);

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How can speed up the blow codes?

Edit: added attempt for ncount I don't understand what ncount is doing, it looks like a counter but I don't understand why you ...

How can speed up the blow codes?

Edit: added attempt for ncount I don't understand what ncount is doing, it looks like a counter but I don't understand why you ...

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Array indices must be positive integers or logical values

Your index k starts from 0 and you are indexing h with k, so you are asking at the first iteration h(0). Matlab has 1-indexing s...

Array indices must be positive integers or logical values

Your index k starts from 0 and you are indexing h with k, so you are asking at the first iteration h(0). Matlab has 1-indexing s...

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while loop performance improvement

I don't know the starting value of k, assuming it is 1 idx = 1:rate:period mysum = sum(array(idx,2)); % note that sum is the n...

while loop performance improvement

I don't know the starting value of k, assuming it is 1 idx = 1:rate:period mysum = sum(array(idx,2)); % note that sum is the n...

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Euler method error in code Index exceeds the number of array elements (1). in my my code

Checking the sintax of the code only I see 3 issues 1) In the for loop you wrote a(400-x(n)), that is you are addressing the po...

Euler method error in code Index exceeds the number of array elements (1). in my my code

Checking the sintax of the code only I see 3 issues 1) In the for loop you wrote a(400-x(n)), that is you are addressing the po...

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Population growth in 7 years

% rate r = 0.0063; % years t = 7; % initial population a = 5e6; % population y = a*(1+r)^t

Population growth in 7 years

% rate r = 0.0063; % years t = 7; % initial population a = 5e6; % population y = a*(1+r)^t

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Apply operation to each element of an array

You should use element-wise operations https://it.mathworks.com/help/matlab/matlab_prog/array-vs-matrix-operations.html In you...

Apply operation to each element of an array

You should use element-wise operations https://it.mathworks.com/help/matlab/matlab_prog/array-vs-matrix-operations.html In you...

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How do you solve for a double sum

There are some things that are vgue, like the x-axis, in any case, this code shows something similar to the desired result clea...

How do you solve for a double sum

There are some things that are vgue, like the x-axis, in any case, this code shows something similar to the desired result clea...

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Solving System of Equations

It seems you are solving a numeric system of equations. Why don't you simply put the coefficient matrix in A and the right-hand-...

Solving System of Equations

It seems you are solving a numeric system of equations. Why don't you simply put the coefficient matrix in A and the right-hand-...

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Finding values within a matrix

It is difficult to answer because we don't have the data files 'areatemp1' and 'machtemp1'. In any case in your if statement yo...

Finding values within a matrix

It is difficult to answer because we don't have the data files 'areatemp1' and 'machtemp1'. In any case in your if statement yo...

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Making a 3D Matrix and Adding Matrices to make a bigger matrix

In the loop, you wrote T(i+k-1,j+k-1) = d(i,j,k-1); k starts from one, so you are trying to access the d(i,j,0) elemen...

Making a 3D Matrix and Adding Matrices to make a bigger matrix

In the loop, you wrote T(i+k-1,j+k-1) = d(i,j,k-1); k starts from one, so you are trying to access the d(i,j,0) elemen...

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Computational Electromagnetics and MATLAB

This could be a good start https://it.mathworks.com/academia/books/computational-electromagnetics-with-matlab-sadiku.html

Computational Electromagnetics and MATLAB

This could be a good start https://it.mathworks.com/academia/books/computational-electromagnetics-with-matlab-sadiku.html

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Why am i getting the : errir using inv ,Matrix must be square?

As James Tursa said, inv(H) is not defined when H is not square. If you have the matrix H and the rhs g, simply use f = H\g;

Why am i getting the : errir using inv ,Matrix must be square?

As James Tursa said, inv(H) is not defined when H is not square. If you have the matrix H and the rhs g, simply use f = H\g;

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