Can someone help me writing this equation in matlab, I appreciate,..

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Claudio Iturra
Claudio Iturra on 12 Jan 2022
Commented: Jon on 12 Jan 2022

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Jon
Jon on 12 Jan 2022
Here is an example where I have supplied some arbitrary values for P,N, phi and omega. You can modify with the values you actually want to use
P = 5
N = 2
phi = pi/3
omega = pi/4
t = linspace(0,20); %put your final time here
i = complex(0,1)
z = P*exp(i*phi)*exp(i*omega*t) + N*exp(i*phi)*exp(-i*omega*t)
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Jon
Jon on 12 Jan 2022
You can also use 1i to represent a complex value and do it like this
P = 5
N = 2
phi = pi/3
omega = pi/4
t = linspace(0,20); %put your final time here
z = P*exp(1i*phi)*exp(1i*omega*t) + N*exp(1i*phi)*exp(-1i*omega*t)

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Cris LaPierre
Cris LaPierre on 12 Jan 2022
Writing the equation is rather straightforward. You just need to decide what variable names you want to use. Here's one way.
z = P*exp(phi*1i)*exp(w*t*1i) + N*exp(phi*1i)*exp(-w*t*1i)
I suggest going through MATLAB Onramp will enable you to not only write the equation yourself, but actually use it to calculate values for z.

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