# Hi, how can i proceed with this question, everytime i plot it, it doesn't show me my line. Can u guys help me

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Roman Azrael Balgobin on 8 Nov 2019
x = -10 : 0.01 : 10;
y = (exp(x)/ sin(x)) + 0.3;
plot(x,y)

Jan Studnicka on 8 Nov 2019
You are missing . before /. See:
x = -10 : 0.01 : 10;
y = (exp(x)./ sin(x)) + 0.3; % use ./ instead of /
plot(x,y)
Roman Azrael Balgobin on 8 Nov 2019
How can i differentiate this equation to find its stationary points in the x>0

the cyclist on 8 Nov 2019
Edited: the cyclist on 8 Nov 2019
It's because you used a matrix division instead of an element-wise division to calculate y. Try this instead:
y = (exp(x)./ sin(x)) + 0.3;
Note the use of ./ in place of just / in the formula.
See this documentation for more details.

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