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Why does y come out as one number?

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Jinkyu Kwon
Jinkyu Kwon on 29 Mar 2018
Answered: madhan ravi on 7 Jul 2018
I put x as a variable but y comes out as one number whats wrong?

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Roger Stafford
Roger Stafford on 29 Mar 2018
Edited: Roger Stafford on 29 Mar 2018
The scalar result is caused by the use of matrix division rather than element-by-element division. Replace '/' by './'. Similarly replace '^2' by '.^2' .

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Jinkyu Kwon
Jinkyu Kwon on 29 Mar 2018
thank you but can you help me with this problem too?
Roger Stafford
Roger Stafford on 29 Mar 2018
It looks as if the dot in front of the asterisk in ".^2.*1.79" is being mistaken for a decimal point after the 2. Try putting parentheses around the 2: ".^(2).*1.79"

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madhan ravi
madhan ravi on 7 Jul 2018
You put x as numerical Data.
If you want to get result in terms of x then x has to be defined as a symbolic variable. i.e.,
syms x
This would give you the desired result.

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