# matlab syms array

To define a symbolic array in MATLAB, you can use the `syms`

function. The `syms`

function is used to create symbolic variables or arrays that can be used to perform symbolic computations.

To create a symbolic array, you can use the `syms`

function followed by the name of the array, and specify the size of the array using square brackets. For example, if you want to create a symbolic 2x3 array called `A`

, you can use the following code:

```
syms A[2, 3]
```

After creating the symbolic array, you can use it in symbolic computations or equations. For example, you can perform arithmetic operations on the array or solve equations involving the array.

Here's an example of using a symbolic array in MATLAB:

```
syms A[2, 3]
B = A + 2;
C = A * B';
A = [1, 2, 3; 4, 5, 6];
B_val = subs(B, A);
C_val = subs(C, A);
disp(B_val);
disp(C_val);
```

In this example, we create a 2x3 symbolic array `A`

. We then perform arithmetic operations on `A`

to calculate `B`

and `C`

. Finally, we substitute the values of `A`

into `B`

and `C`

using the `subs`

function, and display the results.

I hope this explanation helps! Let me know if you have any further questions.