No. You do NOT know it contains 0.35. In fact, MATLAB cannot represent 0.35 exactly in floating point arithmetic. This is for the same reason you cannot represent the fraction 1/3 as a finite decimal number.
So what you have there is APPROXIMATELY 0.35, created in that table in some way that we don't know. And then you are comparing that number to this:
When MATLAB stores the number 0.35 as a double, it actually stores a 52 binary bit approximation to 0.35. In terms of a decimal number, that value is seen above.
NEVER trust the least significant bits of a floating point number. At least not until you truly understand floating point arithmetic, and you then undertand why and when you can trust a number. Learn to use tolerances if you don't know the value.