Computing element by element and in degress

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Charlotte Reed
Charlotte Reed on 3 Feb 2020
Answered: Allen on 3 Feb 2020
First define and output a vector x with the following values: −180°, −150°, −120°, −90°, −60°, −30°, 0°, 30°, 60°, 90°, 120°, 150°, 180°
Then, calculate and output y = 7 + 4 sin^2 (?) + cos(?).
Use shorthand notation to define x and element-by-element calculations to compute y.
Finally, compute and output the mean of the values in y

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Allen on 3 Feb 2020
Is this a homework assignment?
MATLAB allows you to perform element-wise calculations on arrays using dot notation prior to the mathematical operator.
Also, while most trigonometeric functions default to solve using radians they also have counterparts for solving using degrees.

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