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 gibson:teaching:fall-2014:math445:hw3 [2014/09/24 13:09]gibson gibson:teaching:fall-2014:math445:hw3 [2014/09/29 18:34] (current)gibson Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2014/09/29 18:34 gibson 2014/09/24 13:09 gibson 2014/09/24 13:08 gibson 2014/09/24 13:07 gibson 2014/09/24 13:06 gibson 2014/09/24 13:05 gibson 2014/09/24 13:05 gibson 2014/09/24 12:33 gibson created 2014/09/29 18:34 gibson 2014/09/24 13:09 gibson 2014/09/24 13:08 gibson 2014/09/24 13:07 gibson 2014/09/24 13:06 gibson 2014/09/24 13:05 gibson 2014/09/24 13:05 gibson 2014/09/24 12:33 gibson created Line 1: Line 1: - ====== Math 445 HW5 ====== + ====== Math 445 HW3 ====== **Problem 1:** Given the vectors x=[3 7 2 9 0] and y=[7 10 2 8 13], what would be the Matlab output for the following expressions?​ Think through what the answer should be, write it down, and then try it out in Matlab. If you got anything wrong, figure out what your mistake was and why Matlab gave the answer it did. **Problem 1:** Given the vectors x=[3 7 2 9 0] and y=[7 10 2 8 13], what would be the Matlab output for the following expressions?​ Think through what the answer should be, write it down, and then try it out in Matlab. If you got anything wrong, figure out what your mistake was and why Matlab gave the answer it did.