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(USING MATLAB!)Write a function that will return a random number (float number). If no arguments are passed to the function, it will return one random number from 0 to 1. If one argument is passed, it is the max and the returned one random number will be from 0 to max. If two arguments are passed, they represent the min and max and the function will return one random number within the range of [min, max].
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Write a function that will return a random number (float number). If no arguments are passed to the function, it will return one random number from 0 to 1. If one argument is passed, it is the max and the returned one random number will be from 0 to max. If two arguments are passed, they represent the min and max and the function will return one random number within the range of [min, max].
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