draw graphs of the functions y=cost(x), y=x for 0<=x<=2 on the same window

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ABDUL KABIDU AZURE on 4 Jul 2021
Edited: ABDUL KABIDU AZURE on 4 Jul 2021
draw graphs of the functions y=cost(x), y=x for 0<=x<=2 on the same window And find the point of intersection for the graph.
Steven Lord on 4 Jul 2021
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Amit Bhowmick on 4 Jul 2021
clear all
close all
clc
x=0:0.01:2;
figure(1),plot(x,cost(x))%cost function as defined by you
hold
plot(x,x)