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Symbolic solution trigonometric equation

Why not try it? syms a b c x >> xsol = solve(a*sin(b*x) + sin(c*x) == 0,x) Warning: Unable to find explicit solution. For opt...

Symbolic solution trigonometric equation

Why not try it? syms a b c x >> xsol = solve(a*sin(b*x) + sin(c*x) == 0,x) Warning: Unable to find explicit solution. For opt...

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How do i calculate these 3 unknows in these Equations

Easy enough. syms a b c x y z EQ(1) = a^2 + b^2 + a*b == x^2; EQ(2) = b^2 + c^2 + b*c == y^2; EQ(3) = a^2 + c^2 + a*c == z^2...

How do i calculate these 3 unknows in these Equations

Easy enough. syms a b c x y z EQ(1) = a^2 + b^2 + a*b == x^2; EQ(2) = b^2 + c^2 + b*c == y^2; EQ(3) = a^2 + c^2 + a*c == z^2...

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How to create a best fit line for data with an aymptote?

It partly depends on your goal. Do you just want to best estimate the constant asymptote? Or, are you looking for some function ...

How to create a best fit line for data with an aymptote?

It partly depends on your goal. Do you just want to best estimate the constant asymptote? Or, are you looking for some function ...

2 days ago | 0

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selection of n disticnt vector

Easy enough. A = 1:10; index = randperm(10,6); a = A(index(1:3)); b = A(index(4:6)); Since randperm generates samples witho...

selection of n disticnt vector

Easy enough. A = 1:10; index = randperm(10,6); a = A(index(1:3)); b = A(index(4:6)); Since randperm generates samples witho...

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how do I write variance in percentage?

A percentage of what? Percentage always implies you are comparing one number to another. That is, suppose you have some variable...

how do I write variance in percentage?

A percentage of what? Percentage always implies you are comparing one number to another. That is, suppose you have some variable...

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Can I update a toolbox without updating Matlab?

Short answer: No. Long answer: Nnnnnooooooooo. Why not? You can't do it, because then the versions would not be consistent. Ju...

Can I update a toolbox without updating Matlab?

Short answer: No. Long answer: Nnnnnooooooooo. Why not? You can't do it, because then the versions would not be consistent. Ju...

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Matlab implementation of AlphaZero

Now that I have some free time... I'm pretty sure the answer is no. Alphazero is a tool that was developed that could learn g...

Matlab implementation of AlphaZero

Now that I have some free time... I'm pretty sure the answer is no. Alphazero is a tool that was developed that could learn g...

4 days ago | 0

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scatter3 error i not understand

Hmm. It took me a minute to see what the answer was from the error that was generated. scatter3(X,Y,Z,P) Error using scatter3 ...

scatter3 error i not understand

Hmm. It took me a minute to see what the answer was from the error that was generated. scatter3(X,Y,Z,P) Error using scatter3 ...

4 days ago | 1

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How can I write a function for this

Use plotregion, found on the file echange. https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/9261-plot-2d-3d-region Note th...

How can I write a function for this

Use plotregion, found on the file echange. https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/9261-plot-2d-3d-region Note th...

4 days ago | 0

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Getting the linear portion of a non-linear curve

As is often the case on a question like this, you have been too vague for us to comprehensively understand what you do "have". (...

Getting the linear portion of a non-linear curve

As is often the case on a question like this, you have been too vague for us to comprehensively understand what you do "have". (...

4 days ago | 2

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rotating this curve 20degrees

I would normally ask why not try it yourself, but I realize there are some issues that can easily catch you here. H = plot(t,sd...

rotating this curve 20degrees

I would normally ask why not try it yourself, but I realize there are some issues that can easily catch you here. H = plot(t,sd...

5 days ago | 2

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Why 4.8/1.6 is not equal to 3?

While there has been a lot of good discussion in the other answer, let me add a few points. When you type 4.8 in MATLAB, does ...

Why 4.8/1.6 is not equal to 3?

While there has been a lot of good discussion in the other answer, let me add a few points. When you type 4.8 in MATLAB, does ...

7 days ago | 1

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How can I solve linear equation system in parallel?

You already are doing that! That is, decomposition uses all of the cores you have available for large problems. Watching my ac...

How can I solve linear equation system in parallel?

You already are doing that! That is, decomposition uses all of the cores you have available for large problems. Watching my ac...

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How can I get confidence intervals when the Jacobian matrix has an almost zero vector?

This is probably not a failure of the assumption of Gaussian arrors, though that may indeed be the case too. I cannot know. Wha...

How can I get confidence intervals when the Jacobian matrix has an almost zero vector?

This is probably not a failure of the assumption of Gaussian arrors, though that may indeed be the case too. I cannot know. Wha...

8 days ago | 0

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Can I run MAtLab on mac

Yes. Apparently so. https://www.mathworks.com/support/requirements/matlab-system-requirements.html

Can I run MAtLab on mac

Yes. Apparently so. https://www.mathworks.com/support/requirements/matlab-system-requirements.html

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Fit a conic section without mirror image hyperbola

This goes back to basic algebra. When does a conic section describe an ellipse versus a hyperbola? https://en.wikipedia.org/wik...

Fit a conic section without mirror image hyperbola

This goes back to basic algebra. When does a conic section describe an ellipse versus a hyperbola? https://en.wikipedia.org/wik...

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Distance between points of a 3D centreline

Why not try diff? For example, what does diff(CL,[],1) do? TRY IT! What is distance? Does that give you something you might b...

Distance between points of a 3D centreline

Why not try diff? For example, what does diff(CL,[],1) do? TRY IT! What is distance? Does that give you something you might b...

10 days ago | 0

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Signal into tolerance range - Comparison algorithm

It is often the case when my answer wants to be both no and yes. That is, no, there is no direct tool that does what you seem to...

Signal into tolerance range - Comparison algorithm

It is often the case when my answer wants to be both no and yes. That is, no, there is no direct tool that does what you seem to...

10 days ago | 0

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How to graphically represent the global minimum of an optimization problem with more than two variables?

Do you have a multi-dimensional holographic monitor? Yes, I know, this will not be invented for many years if ever, but that is ...

How to graphically represent the global minimum of an optimization problem with more than two variables?

Do you have a multi-dimensional holographic monitor? Yes, I know, this will not be invented for many years if ever, but that is ...

11 days ago | 0

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Fast method to find average pairwise distance of a very large matrix?

You cannot compute the 100 billion pairwise distances, because the matrix won't fit in memeory. (Ok, symmetry reduces it to be o...

Fast method to find average pairwise distance of a very large matrix?

You cannot compute the 100 billion pairwise distances, because the matrix won't fit in memeory. (Ok, symmetry reduces it to be o...

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How to get multiple outputs from a function?

[x,y] = subfuntest(a,b); When you call it with no arguments, it returns only the first, putting it in the default variable name...

How to get multiple outputs from a function?

[x,y] = subfuntest(a,b); When you call it with no arguments, it returns only the first, putting it in the default variable name...

12 days ago | 1

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how to find the sum of rows in an array, that fit a condition?

When a problem is too complex to solve, then break it down into SMALLER parts, that you can handle. You want to know how many r...

how to find the sum of rows in an array, that fit a condition?

When a problem is too complex to solve, then break it down into SMALLER parts, that you can handle. You want to know how many r...

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Normal Distribution Specifying parameters

Hint: What does normcdf tell you? (In fact, I think this totally gives the answer away, IF you understand what the CDF means.) ...

Normal Distribution Specifying parameters

Hint: What does normcdf tell you? (In fact, I think this totally gives the answer away, IF you understand what the CDF means.) ...

13 days ago | 0

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Solve equationsystem (A*V).'*B*(A*V)=C for matrix A

As it turns out though, your problem is actually quite simple. Assume that V is full rank. As long as that is true, then as can...

Solve equationsystem (A*V).'*B*(A*V)=C for matrix A

As it turns out though, your problem is actually quite simple. Assume that V is full rank. As long as that is true, then as can...

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Does the cubic Hermite spline interpolation of a monotone data with known slopes guarantee the monotonicity in interpolation segments?

pchip always gaurantees a monotonic interpolant if the data is itself monotone. However... If you provide the derivatives yours...

Does the cubic Hermite spline interpolation of a monotone data with known slopes guarantee the monotonicity in interpolation segments?

pchip always gaurantees a monotonic interpolant if the data is itself monotone. However... If you provide the derivatives yours...

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MATLAB equivalent to ls -l

It depends on what you want from it. What exactly are you looking for? D = dir MAY give you much of what you may want, if you ...

MATLAB equivalent to ls -l

It depends on what you want from it. What exactly are you looking for? D = dir MAY give you much of what you may want, if you ...

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How to write matlab code for modular multiplicative inverse in cryptography

A multiplicative inverse modulo some number p means that mod(x*xinv,p) == 1 That is, x has a mutiplicative inverse modulo p,...

How to write matlab code for modular multiplicative inverse in cryptography

A multiplicative inverse modulo some number p means that mod(x*xinv,p) == 1 That is, x has a mutiplicative inverse modulo p,...

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Why Power of Matrix with decimal values gives really big numbers?

This is basic linear algebra. I think you do not understand what is happening, or perhaps you do not understand Markov transitio...

Why Power of Matrix with decimal values gives really big numbers?

This is basic linear algebra. I think you do not understand what is happening, or perhaps you do not understand Markov transitio...

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When using interp3, do the input grids need to have evenly spaced values?

No. They do not need to be EVENLY spaced. So a grid spacing of [1 2 4 8 15 17 23 100] is entirely valid. Though depending on the...

When using interp3, do the input grids need to have evenly spaced values?

No. They do not need to be EVENLY spaced. So a grid spacing of [1 2 4 8 15 17 23 100] is entirely valid. Though depending on the...

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Matlab: what happends under the hood when choosing 2 seeds far away with rng

The "separation" of two seeds is completely irrelevant. Separate them by 1 or 1e6, and they are just different seeds. If you use...

Matlab: what happends under the hood when choosing 2 seeds far away with rng

The "separation" of two seeds is completely irrelevant. Separate them by 1 or 1e6, and they are just different seeds. If you use...

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