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- Choose the correct statement:
- A variable defined in a MATLAB session can be read and modified by a MATLAB function which is being executed in the current session, but can not be read or modified by a MATLAB script which is being executed in the current session.
- A variable defined in a MATLAB session can neither be read, nor modified by a MATLAB script or a MATLAB function which is being executed in the current session.
- A variable defined in a MATLAB session can be read and modified by a MATLAB script which is being executed in the current session, but can not be read or modified by a MATLAB function which is being executed in the current session.
- A variable defined in a MATLAB session can be read and modified by any MATLAB function or any MATLAB script which are being executed in the current session.

- Provide a
**single**MATLAB command that will create a variable named x and assigns it the value of the following expression: \( \sin \left( \frac{\pi}{18} \right) + \ln {\frac{6^3}{5}} + \sum_{i=5}^{35} i^3 \). The command should display the value of newly created variable x. - Assume there is a variable A defined in current MATLAB session which represents a 5x6 matrix of integeres. Provide a
**single**MATLAB command that will create a new matrix variable named B consisting of the first, the third and the fifth rows of the matrix A. - Provide a
**single**MATLAB command that will create a 8x5 matrix of floating point random numbers uniformly distibuted between 0 and 1 and then square (raise to the second power) every element of the newly created matrix. - What is the name of the MATLAB data type that uses 32 bits to store an integer, with value ranging from 0 to 2
^{32}-1. - Provide a
**single**MATLAB command that will create a**row-vector**, which coordinates represent the values of cosine at \(0, \frac{\pi}{100}, \frac{2\pi}{100}, \frac{3\pi}{100}, \ldots, \frac{99\pi}{100}, \pi \). - Provide a MATLAB
**script**that will do the following:- Define a function variable (variable of function_handle data type) named f1 which represents the following function: \( f_1(x) = \frac{8x^3+3x^2-26x+8}{10x^3+13} \).
- Approximate the limit of \( f_1(x) \) at positive infinity by successively evaluating its value at points \( 1, 2, 3, \ldots \, x_i-1, x_i, x_i+1, \ldots \) until you get to some \( x_k \) such that \( |f_1(x_k) - f_1(x_k+1)| \lt 10^{-5} \). Then the approximated value of the limit at positive infinity is simply \( f_1(x_k) \).
- Print approximated value of the limit at positive infinity.
- Plot the graph of \( f_1(x) \) on the interval \( [0, x_k ] \) (where \( x_k \) is the x-value obtained at step 2 and used to approximate your limit).

- Provide a
**single**Python command that imports all modules and functions from NumPy package to the current session, so they can be used without specifying the name of the package or any alias. - Provide a
**single**Python command that generates the following 2x50 matrix (you can not specify values of all elements excplicitly): $$\left[\begin{array}{cccccc}1& 2& 3& \cdots & 49& 50\\ 51& 52& 53& \cdots & 99& 100\end{array}\right]$$ - Provide a Python
**function**that has a single input argument named somevalue and will do the following (**be precise with indentations!**):- If somevalue is not an integer, raises an error using raise statement with the following message: "Provided value is not an integer!".
- If somevalue is strictly between 10 and 100 and divisible by 2, displays the following message: "Case 1!"
- If somevalue is greater or equal than 100 and not divisible by 3 displays the following message: "Case 2!"
- If non of the conditions mentioned in 1, 2 and 3 is true, displays the following message: "I do not know!"

- Provide a Python
**script**that will do the following (**be precise with indentations!**):- Cretae a multdimensional array representing a 10x10 square matrix of random floating point numbers uniformly distirubted between 0 and 1.
- Multiply created matrix by itself 25 times (your code for this step can not contain more than two lines/commands/statements).
- Divide every element of the matrix obtained at the previous step by its determinant.
- Multiply the matrix obtained at the previous step by a
**column-vector**consisting of all integres from 1 to 10 (the vector should be created with a single command without explictily specifying all its coordinates). - Compute the sum of squares of all coordinates of the vector obtained at the previous step.