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This is a more advanced tutorial in the MATLAB programming environment for upper level undergraduate engineers and scientists at Ryerson University. The first half of the tutorial covers a quick review of MATLAB, which includes how to create vectors, matrices, how to plot graphs, and other useful syntax. The next part covers how to create cell arrays, logical operators, using the find command, creating Transfer Functions, finding the impulse and step response, finding roots of equations, and a few other useful tips. The last part covers more advanced concepts such as analytically calculating derivatives and integrals, polynomial regression, calculating the area under a curve, numerical solutions to differential equations, and sorting arrays.
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