Graphing the sine graph

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Dakalo
Dakalo on 29 Feb 2024
Commented: Les Beckham on 29 Feb 2024
Hey Guys, I am currently learning how to use Matlab and I have a problem that I am struggling with. I am struggling to graph the function y = sin^2(t) on the interval t ∈ [0,2π]. Can you please help me this?
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Dakalo
Dakalo on 29 Feb 2024
@Sam Chak Okay thank you. I will make use of it.
Les Beckham
Les Beckham on 29 Feb 2024
If you are just getting started with Matlab, I would highly recommend that you take a couple of hours to go through the free online tutorial: Matlab Onramp

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Alexander
Alexander on 29 Feb 2024
t = linspace(0,2*pi,1000);
y = sin(t).^2;
plot(t,y);
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Sam Chak
Sam Chak on 29 Feb 2024
@Dakalo, Can you enter the code (click this icon ) and run it here (click this icon )?
A grey field will appear so that you can type out the plotting code. You should also learn about labeling and display trick for repeating decimals such as .

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