Question

The resistance R in ohms of a conductor is given by R = E/I when E is the potential in volts and I is the current in amperes . Write a script that will:

0. call a function to prompt the user for the potential and the current

0. call a function that will print resistance ; this will call a subfunction to calculate and return the resistance .

write the function as well

using MATLAB

Answer #1

function prompt

E = input("Enter Potential in Volts: ");

I = input("Enter Current in Ampere: ");

R = cal(E,I);

function R = cal(E,I)

R = E/I;

end

fprintf("Resistacne is %f ohms",R)

end

Please refer to the screenshot of the code to understand the indentation of the code

Sample Run:

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