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Performs the sum f+g+h +... >> f+g+h Ans = cos (x) + log (x) + 3 * x ^ 2 - x ^ 3 + 1 f-g Find the difference of f and g (f-g) >> f-g Ans = x cos (x) - x ^ 2 + x ^ 3 + 1 (continued) 45 CHAPTER 2 N NUMBERS, OPERATORS, VARIABLES AND FUNCTIONS f-g-h-... Performs the difference f-g-h-... >> f-g-h Ans = 2 * x - cos (x) - log (x) - x ^ 2 + x ^ 3 + 1 f*g Creates the product of f and g (f * g) >> f * g Ans = (cos (x) + 2 * x ^ 2 - x ^ 3) * (x^2 + x + 1) f*g*h*... Creates the product f * g * h *... >> f * g * h Ans = -(x - log (x)) * (cos (x) + 2 * x ^ 2 - x ^ 3) * (x^2 + x + 1) f/g Performs the ratio between f and g (f/g) >> f/g Ans = (x ^ 2 + x + 1) / (cos (x) + 2 * x ^ 2 - x ^ 3).
You can also use the command radsimp. a. >> simplify (sym (2/sqrt (2))) Ans = 2 ^(1/2) b. >> simplify (sym (3/sqrt (3))) Ans = 3 ^(1/2) c. >> syms a >> simplify (sym (a/sqrt (a))) Ans = a^(1/2) 58 CHAPTER 2 N NUMBERS, OPERATORS, VARIABLES AND FUNCTIONS EXERCISE 2-13 Given the vector variables a = [p,2p,3p,4p,5p] and b = [e, 2e, 3e, 4e, 5e] calculate c = sine(a) + b, d = cosh(a), e = Ln(b), f = c * d, g = c/d, h = d 2. 1008 59 CHAPTER 2 N NUMBERS, OPERATORS, VARIABLES AND FUNCTIONS EXERCISE 2-14 Given the vector of the first 10 natural numbers, find: 1.
Pretty (simple ((3*a+2*a+7*a) /(a^3+a))) 12 -----2 a + 1 c. >> pretty (simple ((1 + 1 /(1+a) /(1+a) ^ 2 + 1 /(1+a) ^ 3))) 2 a + 3 a + 3 -----------3 (a + 1) d. >> pretty (simple ((1 + a / (a + b) + a ^ 2 / (a + b) ^ 2))) 2 2 a + b a ---------- + 1 2 (a + b) EXERCISE 2-11 Perform the following operations with irrational numbers: a. 3 a 2 a 5 a 7 a b. 2 3 2 2 2 c. 4a1/3 - 3b1/3 - 5a1/3 - 2b1/3 + ma1/3 d. 3a 27a e. a 3 a f. a 5 a 56 CHAPTER 2 N NUMBERS, OPERATORS, VARIABLES AND FUNCTIONS a.