How to plot symbolic variable that has a polynomial ?

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DIP on 1 May 2017
Edited: DIP on 1 May 2017
Hi all.
I have a code, i need to plot y vs the syms variable Lambda_avg as given in the last line. How do i plot so that i can check how to variable changes as a result of distance ?
syms x
% Anode molar flow rate equation
a=(-(1.12*(x/L)^2 - 2.24*x/L+1.2)*(4.978*(x/L)^4 + 5.756*(x/L)^3-0.544*(x/L)^2 - 0.496*x/L+0.35)*1/F);
int (a);
% Cathode molar flow rate equation
c=(0.5+(1.12*(x/L)^2 - 2.24*x/L+1.2))*(-4.978*(x/L)^4 + 5.756*(x/L)^3 -0.544*(x/L)^2 - 0.496*x/L+0.35)*1/F;
% Partial pressure of water at anode and cathode
PH2Oa=100000*a/(1.142*10e-7 + a);
PH2Oc=100000*c/(2.767*10e-7 + c);
% Water uptake at anode and cathode
Lambda_avg = mean(Lambda_a+Lambda_c);
%plotting the average intake as function of y
Y = linspace(0,1,1000);
plot(Y, subs(Lambda_avg, x, Y));

Accepted Answer

Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 1 May 2017
Y = linspace(0,1,1000);
plot(Y, subs(Lambda_avg, y, Y));
Or, alternately, if you have a new enough MATLAB,
fplot(Lambda_avg, [0 1]);

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