Expressions, MATLAB Programming

Expressions:

The Expressions can be formed using values, variables which have already been formed, operators, parentheses, and built-in functions. For numbers, these can involve operators like multiplication, and functions like trigonometric functions. An illustration of such an expression would be:

>> 2 * sin(1.4)

ans = 1.9709

 

 

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