## Simple MATLAB problem that has me stumped

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
Use an array for single digit values of x [1,10] to find values of y for the equation y = (e^3x) / (sqrt (x+1)).

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution
So, I tried defining the function as Function [ (e^3x) / (sqrt (x+1))] = y(x) , but that gave me an error message. I then tried to just define x and y first with syms x; and syms y;, and then define y as y = (e^3x) / (sqrt (x+1)).

However, since this is actually not a function, i was not able to arrayfun() to get the answer that I needed. This is my first MATLAB homework and the TA didn't explain anything, he just said to do it.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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 Here this will fix your problem Code: x = 1:10; y= (exp(3*x)) ./ (sqrt (x+1)) Take note of the dot (" . ") That tells matlab to perform a value by value operation rather than a matrix operation.