# Customizing and Manipulating Graphics

This set of MATLAB Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Customizing and Manipulating Graphics”.

1. How can we introduce texts in a graph?**a) Use the text command**

b) Use the plot command

c) Use the title command

d) Additional texts not possible

2. What is the output of the following code?

t=linspace(0, 2*pi, .1*pi); plot(t,sin(t)); text[2,-2, ‘Ho !’];

a) a graph of sin(t)

b) a graph of inverted sin(t)

c) a graph with Ho ! written**d) error**

3. How many objects are created for 24 texts written in the graph?

a) 22**b) 24**

c) 21

d) 2

4. What is the output of the following code?

t=linspace(0:.1*pi:2*pi);plot(t,sin(t));text(0.5,1,’Ho !’,’colour’,’red’)

**a) Error**

b) A graph with Ho! written

c) A An inverted sinusoid

d) An inverted sinusoid with Ho written

5.What is the output of the following code?

t=linspace(0:.19*pi:27*pi);plot(t,sin(t));text(0.5,1,’color’,’red’)

a) Error on plot command**b) Error in linspace command**

c) Error in text command

d) A graph of a sinusoid with Ho ! written on it.

6. What is the output of the following code?

t=linspace(0,.00002*pi,2*pi);plot(t,cos(t));text(0.5,1,'color','blue')

**a) Syntactical Error due to text command**

b) Input error due to text command

c) Error in linspace command

d) A graph of sinusoid with Ho ! written on it

7. What is the output of the following command?

t=linspace[0,20*pi,2*pi];plot(t,tan(t));text(0.5,1,'Ho!','color','blue')

a) Syntactical error in the text command

b) Error in input of plot command**c) Error in linspace command**

d) The graph of tan(t) w.r.t. t with Ho ! writted

8. What is the output of the following code?

t=linspace(0,.5,2*pi);plot(t,sin(t));text(0.5,1,'\mu Ho!','color','blue')

**a) A sinusoid with µHo! written**

b) A sinusoid with Ho! written

c) Error in the text command

d) A sinusoid with \mu Ho! written

9. What is the output of the following code?

t=[-10:1:10];plot(t,t), text(0,0,’Origin’,color,’blue’)

**a) A ramp function with Origin written in Blue**

b) A ramp function with Origin written in Blue and center left alignment

c) Error

d) A ramp function with Origin

10. The text given to the graphs can be made bold.**a) True**

b) False

11. The font style of the input text can be changed by the ____**a) fontname{}**

b) fontstyle{}

c) fontname()

d) fontname[]

12. What is the output of the following code?

t=[-10:1:10];plot(t,3*t), text(0,0,’Origin’,color,’blue’,’verticalalignment’,’left’)

a) A ramp function with Origin written in Blue and left alignment

b) A ramp function with Origin written in Blue

c) A ramp function with Origin written in Blue and center left alignment**d) Error**

13. The default colour of graph generated by the plot command is blue.**a) True**

b) False

14. What is the output of the following command?

T=[-1:1:90];plot(T,T,’G’)

**a) A green ramp function**

b) Error

c) A grey ramp function

d) A ramp function

15. What is the output of the above code?

T=[-1:1:90];plot(T,T,’-o’, 'MarkerIndices',1:6:length(T))

a) A green ramp function**b) A ramp function with y value marked at lengths of 5**

c) A ramp function with y value marked

d) A ramp function with y value marked at lengths of 6

16. What is the output of the following code?

t=[0:.1*pi:pi];plot(t,sin(t),’MarkerIndices’,1:rms(sin(t)):length(sin(t))

**a) Error**

b) A sinusoid

c) A half wave sinusoid marked at interval of r.m.s. values

d) A green colored sinusoid

17. The fill command cannot take more than ______ inputs.

a) 1

b) 3**c) 2**

d) Many

18. What is the output of the following code?

t=0:.000001:pi;x=sin(t);y=cos(t);fill(x,y)

a) An ellipse**b) Error**

c) A semi-circle

d) A sinusoid

19. What is the output of the following code?

w=[0:.1*pi:2*pi];plot(w,sin(w),’ ’)

**a) A sinusoid**

b) A blank graph

c) Error in plot command

d) A sinusoid with a phase difference

20. What does the set command do?

a) The operation of the fill command**b) The operation of changing intervals of axes**

c) The operation of the plot command

d) The operation of the figure command

21. What is the nature of the 2^{nd} vector input in the following command?

set( X,vector_1, vector _2 );

**a) a m*n matrix where m=length( vector_1 )**

b) a m*n matrix where n=length( vector_1 )

c) a m*n matrix where m>length( vector_1 )

d) a m*n matrix where n>length( vector_1 )

22. A semi-log graph cannot be plotted in MATLAB.

a) True**b) False**

23. What is the output of the following code?

t=[-2:1:2];plot(t,t);ax=gca;ax.Xscale=’Logarithmic’;

**a) Error**

b) Syntactical error

c) A semi-log graph of a ramp function

d) A ramp function

24. What is the output of the following code?

t=[-2:1:2];plot(t,exp(t));ax=gca;ax.Yscale=’Log’;

a) Error

b) An exponential graph

c) A logarithmic function**d) A ramp function**

25. Using the set command for axes can be replaced by setting the ___ to a variable.**a) gca**

b) gcf

c) gco

d) not possible

26. What is the output of the following code?

plot([-3:1:3],[-3:1:3]);cla;

**a) Error**

b) A ramp function

c) A graph of a ramp function with no axes

d) A window having two axes

27. How many objects are created for 24 texts written in the graph?

a) 22**b) 24**

c) 21

d) 2