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Thanks Man Your’e Great !!! 🙂

thank you very much

so the output argument in the bracket only serves the purpose of printing the result of the function? we can leave it blank if we print it somewhere else?

You are the best!! thanks

your keyboard sounds like a trumpet XD

Thanks Man

For more understanding watch this video:

https://youtu.be/t6062Nwt0JE

how do i do this ?

1. Write a function to compute the geometric mean using . a. Overload the function such that it can take both the vector and matrix input. b. Include a second input as “dimension”. When specified, the function returns the geometric mean along the particular dimension of a matrix. Else, the function returns the geometric mean of each column. c. In a separate script, generate a random matrix of size 100 x 100. Compute the geometric mean of this matrix along each column and along each row. d. Suppose an orange tree yields 100 one year and then 180, 210 and 300 the following years. Compute the growth rate for each year. Using the arithmetic mean and geometric mean to calculate an average growth rate over three years (with the built-in MATLAB function mean and your function Gmean). e. Which of the mean is more appropriate for describing the proportional growth? What is the prediction of the orange

Great video. I had to watch some poor ones before finding this!

Fantastic, a pitty you stoped making more videos.

Thanks buddy

I love this video.

Thanks!

Its hard to find a clear explanation on youtube video. You did a really good job 🙂 Thx a lot!

Super fine, Thank you for the short listen about the function and how to do it like this easy way

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are you available for tutoring?

good

Bucky, is that you?

Thank you so much…

They are mentally ill. So, they will not affect the video.

Sweet video

THX

how can i pass directory to a function??

A great video of introduction to a matlab function! Loved the simplicity. <3

Thanks man!! Can’t be explained better than you did

which keyboard were you using mate?

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