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- An if construct can contain further ifs and so on, this action is called nesting, and is different than elseif ladder.
- The switch statement executes certain statements based on the value of a variable or expression.

The electricity accounts of residents in a very small town are calculated as follows:

♦ 500 units or less are used the cost is 2 cents per unit;

♦ more than 500, but not more than 1000 units are used, the cost is $10 for the first 500 units, and then 5 cents for every unit in excess of 500;

♦ if more than 1000 units are used, the cost is $35 or the first 1000 units plus 10 cents for every unit in excess of 1000;

♦ in addition, a basic service fee of $5 is charged, no matter how much electricity is used.

Write a program which enters the following five consumptions into a vector, and uses a for loop to calculate and display the total charge for each one: 200, 500, 700, 1000, 1500.

♦ 500 units or less are used the cost is 2 cents per unit;

♦ more than 500, but not more than 1000 units are used, the cost is $10 for the first 500 units, and then 5 cents for every unit in excess of 500;

♦ if more than 1000 units are used, the cost is $35 or the first 1000 units plus 10 cents for every unit in excess of 1000;

♦ in addition, a basic service fee of $5 is charged, no matter how much electricity is used.

Write a program which enters the following five consumptions into a vector, and uses a for loop to calculate and display the total charge for each one: 200, 500, 700, 1000, 1500.

cons = [200 500 700 1000 1500];

for i = 1:numel(cons)

if cons(i) < = 500

cost(i) = cons(i)*0.02 + 5;

elseif cons(i) < = 1000

cost(i) = 10 + (cons(i) - 500)*0.05 + 5;

else

cost(i) = 35 + (cons(i) - 1000)*0.10 + 5;

end

end

disp('cost = ')

disp(cost)

$9, $15, $25, $40, $90

for i = 1:numel(cons)

if cons(i) < = 500

cost(i) = cons(i)*0.02 + 5;

elseif cons(i) < = 1000

cost(i) = 10 + (cons(i) - 500)*0.05 + 5;

else

cost(i) = 35 + (cons(i) - 1000)*0.10 + 5;

end

end

disp('cost = ')

disp(cost)

$9, $15, $25, $40, $90

If you invest $1000 for one year at an interest rate of 12 percent, the return is $1120 at the end of the year. But if interest is compounded at the rate of 1 percent monthly (i.e. 1/12 of the annual rate), you get slightly more interest because it is compounded. Write a program which uses a for loop to compute the balance after a year of compounding interest in this way. The answer should be $1126.83. Evaluate the formula for this result separately as a check.

money = 1000;

for month = 1:12

money = money*1.01;

end

disp(money)

check: 1000*1.01^{12}

for month = 1:12

money = money*1.01;

end

disp(money)

check: 1000*1.01

*These practice questions are only helpful when you work on them offline on a piece of paper and then use the solution steps function to check your answer.

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- Intro 0:00
- Multiple Ifs Versus Elseif 0:09
- Nested Ifs 2:24
- Example Nested If
- Vectorizing Ifs 4:45
- Switch 5:12

I. Introduction | ||
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MATLAB Essentials, Part 1 | 8:36 | |

MATLAB Essentials, Part 2 | 7:39 | |

II. MATLAB Fundamentals | ||

Introduction to Programs | 6:42 | |

Arrays & Matrices | 7:06 | |

Operator, Expression & Statements | 13:26 | |

Repeating With For | 14:21 | |

Decisions, Part 1 | 14:35 | |

Decisions, Part 2 | 8:53 | |

Last Notes on MATLAB Introduction | 9:47 | |

III. Logical Vectors | ||

Logical Vectors, Part 1 | 11:23 | |

Logical Vectors, Part 2 | 11:40 | |

IV. Program Design | ||

Program Design & Algorithm Development | 19:36 | |

V. Graphics | ||

Graphics, Part 1 | 9:14 | |

Graphics, Part 2 | 17:20 | |

Graphics, Part 3 | 18:37 | |

VI. Loops | ||

Loops | 10:38 | |

While | 17:01 | |

VII. Project | ||

Projectile Problem | 16:33 | |

VIII. Function M-Files | ||

Function M-Files, Part 1 | 12:55 | |

Function M-Files, Part 2 | 14:14 | |

Function M-Files, Part 3 | 11:54 | |

IX. Graphics Continued | ||

More on Graphics | 11:13 | |

Graphical User Interface, Part 1 | 7:25 | |

Graphical User Interface, Part 2 | 9:33 | |

X. Dynamical Systems | ||

Dynamical Systems | 12:45 | |

XI. Simulation | ||

Examples of Simulation | 10:45 | |

XII. Numerical Methods | ||

Numerical Methods | 22:20 | |

XIII. Simulink | ||

Simulink | 9:37 |

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Post by Elvis Wodi on February 16, 2015

why did the we get one as the result

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Post by Mohamed Kaba on August 11, 2014

Instead of using nested "ifs" could we use "&" in the first "if", and then use "else" at the end. For example:

if (a~=0) & (d<0)

disp('complex roots')

else

x1=....

x2=....

end