
#1
Jun3010, 02:02 PM

P: 68

The picture explains everything.
Only V varies from 0 to 450. Rest variables such as (rho), S, W are constant (those can be replaced with numbers in MATLAB). So how do i plot such a graph? oh forgot to mention the axes. The y axis should "Tr" and x  axis should be "V". 



#2
Jun3010, 02:34 PM

HW Helper
P: 3,225

Well, plug all the constant terms in the equation of Tr and leave v as an independent variable, it just seems to be ordinary algebra.




#3
Jul110, 12:47 AM

P: 68

hmm...
i tried that, but i could not plot.... can i get a *part* of sample script. 



#4
Jul110, 05:34 AM

P: 341

How to get a graph of variable which depend on previous variables.
Do you know how "for" loops work?




#5
Jul110, 06:12 AM

P: 68

hmmm...
i recently learned for loops in C++... i never knew if they existed in matlab.... 


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