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Topic: Finding an easy substitution for a complicated function
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Christopher Creutzig

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Re: Finding an easy substitution for a complicated function
Posted: Mar 12, 2013 6:51 AM
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On 06.03.13 09:32, Asma wrote:

> I have a very tedious function (including arctan, arcsin, sqrt etc) having a number of controlling parameters.
> When I plot this function, I get a simple exponential looking curve.


If your function is exactly of a simple form, the SIMPLIFY command from
the symbolic toolbox may be able to find it.


HTH,

Christopher




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