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Topic: Matlab fail to found symbolic equation system solution, why?
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Fernando

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Registered: 6/28/13
Re: Matlab fail to found symbolic equation system solution, why?
Posted: Jul 31, 2013 11:39 AM
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Dear Stefan, thank you by attention.

> the problem is that your equation has infinitely many solutions.
> If you try feval(symengine, 'solve', L-R) you get a full representation, but including infinite sets in MuPAD language. If you do solve(L-R, 'IgnoreAnalyticConstraints', true)
> then you get a finite and thus necessarily incomplete solution.


If I use the M in both the cases I get "Warning: Explicit solution could not be found", but if I use the case L then I get solutions (sixteen). The big question is why to work to L and not to work to M. :((

Regards,
Fernando



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