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Chapter 1: Introduction to Problem Solving With MATLAB

Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12
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AUTHOR: Darryl Morrell

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MATLAB(TM) has emerged as a widely used computational tool in many fields of engineering. MATLAB consists of a programming language used in an interactive computing environment that supports programming to solve complex problems. The MATLAB language has become a defacto standard that is also used by several other computational packages; these including LabVIEW MathScript(TM) and Octave. Generically, we refer to these packages as m-file environments because the program files are typically identified by an extension of "m".

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