1. how long is vector t?
2. Write the matlab/octave commodes to take the derivative of y with respect
to t calling it dydt
3. what is the length of dydt?

> Given: t=0:0.1:20;
> y=t.^3-2*t;
>
> 1. how long is vector t?
> 2. Write the matlab/octave commodes to take the derivative of y with respect
> to t calling it dydt
> 3. what is the length of dydt?
>
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On Thu, Jan 31, 2019 at 11:07 PM bikebuilder63 <[hidden email]> wrote:

Given: t=0:0.1:20;
y=t.^3-2*t;

1. how long is vector t?

about 8 characters

2. Write the matlab/octave commodes to take the derivative of y with respect to t calling it dydt

I don't think any commode I've ever seen can do that with respect to any variable.

3. what is the length of dydt?

from the viewpoint of the commode? Hopefully not long enough to cause buffer overflow. that would be messy.

/endsnark

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