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To add a directory to the path list, click on Add Folder... , depending on whether or not you want subdirectories to be included as well. To remove a directory, click on Remove. The buttons Move Up and Move Down can be used to reorder the directories in the path. Note that you can use the Current Directory browser to examine the files in the working directory, and even to create subdirectories, move M-files around, etc. ✓ ✓ The information displayed in the main areas of the Path Browser can also be obtained from the command line.

You can also copy and paste previous command lines from the Command Window, or in the MATLAB 6 Desktop from the Command History window as described earlier in this chapter. For more complicated problems, however, it is better to use M-files. M-Files For complicated problems, the simple editing tools provided by the Command Window and its history mechanism are insufficient. A much better approach is to create an M-file. There are two different kinds of M-files: script M-files and function M-files. We shall illustrate the use of both types of M-files as we present different solutions to the problem described above.

Compute: (a) 1111 − 345. (b) e14 and 382801π to 15 digits each. Which is bigger? (c) the fractions 2709/1024, 10583/4000, and 2024/765. Which of these √ is the best approximation to 7? 2. 1). (b) ln(2). ) (c) arctan(1/2). ) 3. Solve (symbolically) the system of linear equations   3x + 4y + 5z = 2 2x − 3y + 7z = −1  x − 6y + z = 3. Check your answer using matrix multiplication. 4. Try to solve the system of linear equations   3x − 9y + 8z = 2 2x − 3y + 7z = −1  x − 6y + z = 3. What happens?

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