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Topic: how solve this equation with one unknown?
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ghasem

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Registered: 4/13/13
Re: how solve this equation with one unknown?
Posted: May 6, 2013 10:38 AM
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> syms my_var;
> .... your code....
> EDU>> det_A
> det_A =
> - 15000*(- my_var^2 - 70)^(1/2)*(- my_var^2 - 150)^(1/2)*
> besselk(1, (- my_var^2 - 70)^(1/2))*
> besseli(0, (- my_var^2 - 100)^(1/2))*besseli(0, (- my_var^2 -
> <snip>
> solve(det_A)
> ans =
> 9.4713545425002677821820583754265*i
> --Nasser

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thanks a alot,but "solve and syms" cause my results become false (in fact,I have complex number instead of 70,150,100 in the above).
I want to use from "fzero" only,but (when I use from intermediate parameters of gr1,gr2,gr3) I don't know how introduce "my_var" to "g1" to solve it.
is clear my explanation?
ghasem



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