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Script a MATLAB program which meets the following speci cations:
The program expects an input of a two-variable real-valued continuous function
f : R^2--> R
The program is to calculate and output a numerical estimate for the coordinates (x*1; x*2) of a point P an element of [0,1]x [0,1] for which the input function f attains its
minimum value. The program should, of course, output this minimum value.
By the continuity of the function f, one may thus assume that f does indeed attain its minimum somewhere in the domain [0,1]x[0,1].
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