I need help using the feval command

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Chris on 19 Jun 2013
Write a function to define fx=@(x) 1/((x-.3)^2+.01)+1/((x-.9)^2+.04)-6 a) Plot this function using fplot command between 0 and 2. b) Determine zero of this function in the above interval. c) Determine for which x the function will be maximum in the above interval. d) What is the maximum value of the function f(x). (hint: look for feval command) I got most of it but I am lost on using the feval command.

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Youssef  Khmou
Youssef Khmou on 20 Jun 2013
Edited: Youssef Khmou on 20 Jun 2013
hi, To analyze your function, you must add the element wise operator to avoid the error of ' Matrix must be square', here is a version :
fx=@(x) 1./((x-.3).^2+.01)+1./((x-.9).^2+.04)-6
fplot(fx,[0 2])
grid on
z=fzero(fx,[0 2]);
In the next, i propose to use a predefined linear vector x, then apply the feval command on it :
N=1000; % Resolution
a represents the maximum value which is : 96.5014, to get the value of x, which is related to a sample rate of the vector x, proceed as the following :
Ts=2/N; % Inverse of the sample rate .
Summary :
The function passes through the x axis at x=1.2995, has maximum value of M=96.5041 that corresponds to x=0.3020 .
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Chris on 20 Jun 2013
Thank you so much. Matlab is so confusing.

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