How to solve 3 equations with 3 unknowns using 'for' loop?

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Denis Chin
Denis Chin on 16 Jul 2014
Commented: Denis Chin on 16 Jul 2014
Here is my 3 equation:
y=(4+2x-3z)/5
x=(3-2y-z)/4
z=(13+y-2x)/4
I have to use 'for' loop and perform 30 iterations, how can I do that in matlab? Can someone please help me?
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Jasmine
Jasmine on 16 Jul 2014
If you simply need to know how to use a for loop thirty times, use a variable called count.
count = 1;
for count = 1:30
[your code]
end
Or are you asking how to solve the simultaneous equations?

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lvn
lvn on 16 Jul 2014
Edited: lvn on 16 Jul 2014
I guess you are meant to solve these equations by iteration? Something like this would do
x=1;y=1;z=1;
for l=1:30
y=(4+2*x-3*z)/5
x=(3-2*y-z)/4
z=(13+y-2*x)/4
end;

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