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Very Basic MATLAB Peter J. Olver Marcel Arndt
 

Summary: Very Basic MATLAB
Peter J. Olver Marcel Arndt
September 10, 2007
1 Matrices
Type your matrix as follows. Use , or space to separate entries, and ; or
return after each row.
>> A = [4 5 6 -9;5 0 -3 6;7 8 5 0; -1 4 5 1]
or
>> A = [4,5,6,-9;5,0,-3,6;7,8,5,0;-1,4,5,1]
or
>> A = [ 4 5 6 -9
5 0 -3 6
7 8 5 0
-1 4 5 1 ]
The output will be:
A =
4 5 6 -9
5 0 -3 6
7 8 5 0
-1 4 5 1

  

Source: Arndt, Marcel - School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota
Nykamp, Duane Q. - School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences; Mathematics