# (Solved): please use easiest code, matlab please (20 points) Problem 3 (Use input command, a while loop for e ...

(20 points) Problem 3 (Use input command, a while loop for error message and output command fprintf) The speed of a sound wave is affected by the temperature of the air. At , the speed of a sound wave is . The speed increases by approximately for every degree (in Celsius) above 0 ; this is a reasonably accurate approximation for degrees . So, our equation for the speed in terms of a temperature is: Write a user defined function "soundtemp" that will prompt the user for a temperature in Celsius in the range from 0 to 80 inclusive and will calculate and print the speed of sound at that temperature. If the user enters a temperature in that range, or an error message if not. The format of the input and output messages are given below: User prompt input Enter a temp in the range 0 to If user enter a number below 0 or higher than 80 then display the below error message Error in temperature. Try a different number. Display output For a temperature of , the speed is

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