Remember to indent the bodies of your `IF-THEN`

blocks.

- 1)
- (3 pts) An important application of
`IF-THEN`

statements is*error checking*. Error checking means that you take steps to ensure that a calculation won't fail before attempting to perform it. Examples of this include dividing by zero, taking the square root of a negative number, taking the log of a negative number, etc.Write a MATLAB script program that will ask the user to input 2 values

*a*and*b*. If it is feasible to do so, the program should compute the quotient and display the result. Otherwise, the program should print out an appropriate error message. Devise 2 test cases that will test each branch of your`IF-THEN`

statement. - 2)
- (3 pts) Write a MATLAB script that will read in a value
from the keyboard and print out a message telling the user
whether
the value is either even or odd. Th
`mod`function will be useful here. - 3)
- (3 pts)
NOTE: You should assume that you are working with real (not complex)
numbers for this problem. Write a program that
will ask the user to input a value
*x*and test if the function

can be computed for that value of*x*. If*y*can be computed, the program should print the corresponding value of*y*. If*y*cannot be evaluted, the program should print out an appropriate error message. Test your program for two values of*x*that work and one that does not.