reading the numbers resulting from the loop
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John D'Errico on 29 May 2022
Why would it mean anything else? That is, what is the product of the numbers 10^4*2.2567?
Edward Tomanek on 29 May 2022
The short answer is yes, you understood it right. You just multiply each number in that vector by 10^4.
When MATLAB thinks a number is too big or too small to be displayed properly without overrunning the line, especially in the case of arrays, it scales them all this way. It's designed to make the output look better, but it does mean sometimes you have to scroll all the way up to the top of an outputted array to see if there's e.g. a 10^4 in front. It's easy to miss.