"Peter " <email@example.com> wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>... > Thanks man, your help has been great! The only thing I'm still trying to figure out is if I can have matlab say what the actual functions are, but I guess that is more of a mathematica question.
Don't you have a MATLAB documentation ? You just have to read through the "dsolve" examples. To get the analytical expressions for M1, e.g., just type Y.M1 after the call to dsolve (same for M2 and M3).