Binomial calculations are very important in modern calculus and for lots of engineering calculations. Binomial coefficients can be calculated in Matlab® easily with the ‘nchoosek()’ command.
Here, we explain how to solve binomial coefficient problems in Matlab® with the ‘nchoosek()’ command easily. The example below is executed in Matlab® command window which means you can try it in your own Matlab® software.
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How To Use The ‘nchoosek()’ Command In MatLab®?
>> nchoosek(10,5) ans = 252 >>
As you see in the example above, you just need to type two elements inside the ‘nchoosek()’ command. These are the binomial coefficients that you want to calculate. Hit the ‘Enter’ key to see the result in the command window like above.
What Is The Binomial Coefficient?
The binomial coefficient calculation is done like above. The first element that you entered inside the ‘nchoosek()’ command is the ‘n’ and the second one is the ‘k’.
As you see above, the calculation of binomial coefficients in Matlab® is very simple like above.
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