Illustrations of calling the function, MATLAB Programming

Illustrations of calling the function:

Here are illustrations of calling the function:

>> cylcost(32,73,4.50)

ans =

661.5000

>> fprintf('The cost would be $%.2f\n', cylcost(32,73,4.50))

The cost would be $661.50

 

 

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