Matlab® provides various kinds of useful tools to calculate different mathematical expressions with the given values or value sets. The ‘sinint()’ and ‘cosint()’ commands are two examples of this.
Here we explain these commands and their use in the Matlab® command window.
What Do These Commands Do?
The ‘sintint()’ command in Matlab® calculates the integral above. You just need to enter a value inside the parentheses of the ‘sinint()’ command then execute the code.
The ‘cosint()’ command also calculates the integration above again.
>> sinint(2) ans = 1.6054 >> cosint(2) ans = 0.4230 >>
As you see above, you can enter a value inside these commands. You can also enter multiple values to see multiple results, as a vector.
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