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Topic: Intersect solutions
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Alex

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Intersect solutions
Posted: Jan 26, 2014 6:07 AM
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Hello,

I need to build a script in which i have to calculate the intersect solutions for some equations.

For example:

18 - Kp > 0
6Kp + 72 > 0

In matlab code:

>> syms kp
>> solve('18-kp>0')

ans =

Dom::Interval(-Inf, 18)
>> solve('6*kp+72>0')
ans =

Dom::Interval(-12, Inf)

I know that the intersect of the solution is (-12, 18) but how do i write in matlab?
Can i take the boundary of the intervals? For example:
max (-inf,-12) = -12
min (18, inf) = 18
so the intersection will be (-12, 18)
Thank you!


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