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# What Is a MATLAB 3-D Plot?

**A MATLAB 3-D plot is a three dimensional graphical display of either a function or data points produced by MATLAB.** MATLAB is both a programming language and a system of software designed for manipulating mathematical matrices, graphing and analyzing data and building mathematical models.

Both mathematicians and academics who need to analyze data or mathematically model systems or phenomena use MATLAB extensively. Three-dimensional plotting displays data in an eye-catching and informative way. It is particularly useful for data that contains more than two variables. Three-dimensional plotting is also useful for modeling physical objects or for exploring the geometry of certain functions.

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## What Is the Natural Log in MATLAB?

A: The natural logarithm function in MATLAB is log(). To calculate the natural logarithm of a scalar, vector or array, A, enter log(A). Log(A) calculates the ... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
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## What Is the Function of the Linspace in MATLAB?

A: The "linspace" function in MATLAB creates a vector of values that are linearly spaced between two endpoints. The function requires two inputs for the endpo... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
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## How Does MATLAB Handle a Square Root?

A: The square root function in MATLAB is sqrt(a), where a is a numerical scalar, vector or array. The square root function returns the positive square root b ... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
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## How Is a Scatter Plot Created?

A: A scatter plot is created by mapping the quantitative data values of a dependent variable with respect to the quantitative data values of an independent va... Full Answer >Filed Under: