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An Introduction to Solving Engineering Problems with Matlab

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An Introduction to Solving Engineering Problems with Matlab
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Publisher: CK-12 Foundation
Number of pages: 71

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MATLAB is a programming language used by several computational packages known as m-file environments. This text is intended to introduce freshman engineering students to problem solving using an m-file environment. Most of the information in this text applies to any m-file environment.

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