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How to plot this function in matlab?

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Ahmad
Ahmad on 28 May 2016
Answered: John BG on 13 Mar 2017
x=e^((y-b)/a)

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John D'Errico
John D'Errico on 28 May 2016
Edited: John D'Errico on 28 May 2016
help exp
help ezplot
Subtract x. Don't have the equality in there. ezplot will assume the result is implicitly equal to zero, but if you put in an equality symbol, it will get confused.
Of course, if b and a are not known, then how do you expect any plot? So, supply some values for b and a FIRST.
Or, just take the log, then solving for y.

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John BG
John BG on 13 Mar 2017
Hi Ahmad
with new fplot is even easier
a=1,b=2;fplot(@(x) exp((x-b)/a))
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