how to plot a continuous graph in a loop

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for k=1:10;
x=5;
y=2*x-5*k*k*k
plot(k,y,'*');
hold on;
end
This program gives me a dotted graph.
however I wanted to get a regular(continuous) graph.
Please help me to find suitable command for that.

Accepted Answer

VBBV
VBBV on 28 Nov 2021
for k=1:10;
x=5;
y(k)=2*x-5*k*k*k;
plot(1:k,y(1:k),'*'); % use the loop indices to plot in a loop
end
you can use the loop indices to plot the graph inside the loop

More Answers (1)

Morteza Hajitabar Firuzjaei
you can make your vectors and plot your graph, like:
s = [1 1 1 1];
t = [2 4 5 3];
G = graph(s,t);
plot(G);
Mortrza Hajitabar Firuzjaei
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Sukhversha Luthra
Sukhversha Luthra on 30 Jan 2018
but I need to get a graph for a loop in which k is known but 'y', that depends on 'k', gets its values in the loop itself

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