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# Familiarize yourself with the subplot and hold command. Using the subplot and plot commands, plot the...

Familiarize yourself with the subplot and hold command. Using the subplot and plot commands, plot the volume of a sphere as a function of it’s radius for values of radius from 1 to 10. On the same graph plot the surface area of a sphere as a function of the radius ( from radius = 1 to 10). Use different colors for the two plots ( help plot will give details on how to select colors).

Use the following formulas: Volume of sphere = ( 4/3) * pi * radius^3

Surface area of a sphere = 4 * pi * radius^2

Make use of the built-in MATLAB function called pi which returns the value of pi. The plots for the sphere’s volume and surface area are to be plotted in the left-hand pane of the plot window. Repeat the above two plots, but this time plot the volume of a square and surface area of a square as a function of its length from 1 to 10. These plots are to be graphed in right-hand pane of the plot window.

Volume of a square = length of side^3

Surface area of a square = 6 * length of side^2

Label each axes as appropriate and include titles for the plots.

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clear all

close all

format long

r=1:10;

V=(4/3)*pi*r.^3;

S=4*pi*r.^2;

subplot(1,2,1)

plot(r,V,'-b',r,S,'-g');

xlabel('r');

ylabel('V/S');

title('For sphere');

subplot(1,2,2)

V=r.^3;

S=6*r.^2;

plot(r,V,'-b',r,S,'-g');

xlabel('l');

ylabel('V/S');

title('For cube');

Kindly revert for any queries

Thanks.

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