## How do you simplify an expression in Matlab?

Simplify Using Options

- ans = log(x^2) + log(x)
- ans = 3*log(x)
- syms x.
- ans = (sin(4*x)*(exp(x) – 1))/(2*cos(4*x)*(exp(x) + 1))
- ans = (tan(4*x)*(exp(x) – 1))/(2*(exp(x) + 1))
- ans = (tan(4*x)*tanh(x/2))/2.

**What does simplify the expression?**

To simplify an expression means to write an equivalent expression which contains no similar terms. This means that we will rewrite the expression with the fewest terms possible.

**How do you simplify like terms?**

Like Terms: Terms that have identical variable parts (same variable(s) and same exponent(s)). When simplifying using addition and subtraction, you combine “like terms” by keeping the “like term” and adding or subtracting the numerical coefficients.

### What is an example of simplify?

Simplify is to make something less complicated or less cluttered. An example of simplify is when you explain a tough math concept in really easy terms for a child to understand. An example of simplify is when you cut out a lot of the activities that were making you busy and stressed. To become simpler.

**How do you write an expression in simplest form?**

Remove any grouping symbol such as brackets and parentheses by multiplying factors.

**How do you solve algebraic expressions step by step?**

√ (2x+9) – 5 = 0 First,move everything that isn’t under the radical sign to the other side of the equation:

## How do you solve equations in MATLAB?

Syntax. S = solve (eqn,var) solves the equation eqn for the variable var.

**How do you simplify by combining like terms?**

Enter the complete equation in the first input box i.e. across “Enter Terms:”