**Simulating dynamic systems in MATLAB** can be done using the Simulink environment, which is a graphical tool for modeling, simulating, and analyzing dynamic systems. Here are the steps to simulate a dynamic system in MATLAB using Simulink:

- Create a new Simulink model: Open MATLAB and select Simulink from the Apps tab. Click on New Model to create a new Simulink model.
- Build the model: Build the dynamic system model by dragging and dropping blocks from the Simulink Library Browser onto the model canvas. Each block represents a component of the system, and their connections represent the flow of data between them.
- Configure block parameters: Double-click on each block to open its block parameter dialog box and configure its parameters. Each block has a set of parameters that control its behavior, such as its input/output ports, time delays, gain values, and so on.
- Connect the blocks: Connect the output port of one block to the input port of another block to establish the flow of data between them. You can use signal lines to connect the blocks.
- Set simulation parameters: Set the simulation parameters, such as the simulation time, step size, solver type, and other options. You can do this by clicking on the Configuration Parameters button on the toolbar or by selecting Simulation > Configuration Parameters from the menu.
- Run the simulation: Click on the Run button on the toolbar or select Simulation > Run from the menu to run the simulation. The simulation will run and produce the output results, which you can analyze using various MATLAB tools.

**Here is an example of simulating a simple dynamic system in Simulink:**

Consider a simple mass-spring-damper system, where a mass is connected to a spring and a damper. The displacement of the mass is described by the second-order differential equation:

m*x” + c*x’ + k*x = F

where m is the mass, c is the damping coefficient, k is the spring constant, F is the applied force, and x is the displacement of the mass.

To simulate this system in Simulink, we can use the following steps:

- Create a new Simulink model and drag and drop the Mass-Spring-Damper block from the Simulink Library Browser onto the model canvas.
- Double-click on the block to open its block parameter dialog box and set its mass, damping coefficient, and spring constant parameters.
- Drag and drop the Constant and Sum blocks from the Simulink Library Browser onto the model canvas.
- Connect the output of the Constant block to one input of the Sum block and the output of the Mass-Spring-Damper block to the other input of the Sum block.
- Connect the output of the Sum block to the input of the Mass-Spring-Damper block.
- Double-click on the Constant block to set its value to the applied force F.
- Set the simulation parameters, such as the simulation time and step size.
- Run the simulation and observe the displacement of the mass over time.

**Here is the MATLAB code for simulating the mass-spring-damper system in Simulink:**

% Create a new Simulink model

model = ‘mass_spring_damper’;

open_system(model);

% Set the system parameters

m = 1; % mass

c = 0.2; % damping coefficient

k = 2; % spring constant

F = 1; % applied force

% Set the simulation parameters

tend = 10; % simulation time

dt = 0.01; % time step

solver = ‘ode45’; % solver type

% Build the model

add_block(‘