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how to plot two different data in one figure
Hello, I would like to plot two different data in the same figure. For instance, first data is HH01OMC (1081 32) and second d...

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Each number on telephone keypads, except 0 and 1, corresponds to a set of uppercase letters as shown in this list: 2 ABC, 3 DEF, 4 GHI, 5 JKL, 6 MNO, 7 PQRS, 8 TUV, 9 WXYZ Hence, a phone-number specification can include uppercase letters and
REMAINING QUESTION: *digits. Write a function called dial that takes as its input argument a char vector of length 16 or less ...

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A palindromic number reads the same both ways. The largest palindrome made from the product of two 2-digit numbers is 9009 = 91 × 99. Write a function that is called this way: >> n = palin_product(dig,lim);
remaining question: *The function returns the largest palindrome smaller than lim that is the product of two dig digit numbers. ...

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max_product that t takes v as vector and n as positive integer
My code that's not working. Please help function [prodout,ind] = max_product(A,n) A=0; prodout = exp( c...

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*** Write a function called triangle_wave that computes the sum (−1) sin(2 +1) (2 +1) for each of 1001 values of t uniformly spaced from 0 to 4π inclusive. The input argument is a scalar non-negative integer n, and the output argument is a row v
<</matlabcentral/answers/uploaded_files/78269/aaa.png>> this is my code and I need your help I couldn't figure out where I'm ...

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The function move_me is defined like this: function w = move_me(v,a). The first input argument v is a row-vector, while a is a scalar. The function moves every element of v that is equal to a to the end of the vector.
function w=move_me(v,a) if w_1=v(v>a); w_2=v(v<a); w=[w_1 w_1 a]; end It does work for function when variabl...

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