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Write a function that takes a vector xyz and returns as output two variables

Asked by Louis Foust on 27 Apr 2015
Latest activity Commented on by Neal Alnajran on 4 May 2015
Hi, I'm new to MATLAB and i'm trying to solve this problem:
Write a function: named myAver that takes a vector xyz as input argument and returns as output two variables: scalar Mav which stores an average value of the vector and logic variable err. You cannot use MATLAB mean function.

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Answer by Youssef Khmou
on 27 Apr 2015
Edited by Youssef Khmou
on 27 Apr 2015

try :
function [Mav,Err]=myAver(u)
% hint : use sum, length, std,...

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Its generally best if you don't give a student (especially ones with novice questions for homework) the complete code for their homework. This helps nobody, and certainly not the student.
Please give us the full answer again!

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