To find the coordinates of the largest value in a matrix in Matlab, you can use the `max`

function along with indexing and conditional statements. Here's an example code:

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In this code, the `magic`

function is used to create a 4x4 matrix `A`

. The `max`

function is then used to find the largest value and its linear index, which corresponds to the position of the value in the matrix if all its elements were listed in a single column.

The `ind2sub`

function is then used to convert the linear index to row and column subscripts. Finally, the results are displayed using the `fprintf`

function.

Note that if the matrix has multiple elements with the same largest value, this code will only provide the coordinates of one of them.

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