My question revolves around creating functions with multiple equations (components) and calculating stuff with them.
F = @(x,y) [3*x+y.^2 , x.^2+3*x-1];
My project includes calculating an estimate of a Jacobian matrix of F. My main question is:
How can I calculate Z without having to write:
z = F(PointXY(1), PointXY(2));
This does work, but this also assumes that the programmer knows how many variables the function has! If the function has any other numbers of variables (ex: 3 in (x,y,z)), this program would not work at all. Is there a easy fix to this, or do I have to create another entire function just to calculate the image of a single point?