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Plot det(matrixA - (x * eye(3))) where x = 0:3

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I am new to MatLab and have been searching for a way to do plot this graph but cannot seem to figure it out.
Equation: det(matrixA - (x * eye(3))) where x = 0:3 and Matrix A is a predefined matrix
Error: Error using * Inner matrix dimensions must agree.
t = 0:3 Error in y1 = det(A1 - (t * eye(3)))
This equation as it stands is giving me an error everytime I run it and i think i understand where its coming from but am unsure how else to go about writing the equation any other way. I also need to be able to plot this for 4 different matrix A's on the same plot. Any help would be really appreciated! Thanks.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 26 Nov 2017
matrixA = rand(3); % do for some random matrix A
syms x
matdet = det(matrixA - (x * eye(3)));
fplot(matdet, [0 3])
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Andrew Gapinski
Andrew Gapinski on 26 Nov 2017
Thanks for the quick response, I tried running this and am getting this error: Invalid indexing or function definition. Indexing must follow MATLAB indexing. Function arguments must be symbolic variables, and function body must be sym expression.
Andrew Gapinski
Andrew Gapinski on 26 Nov 2017
Nvm a simple clearvars worked. Thanks!

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