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Unable to find explicit solution
I have MATLAB R2020a and need to solve the equation below: syms x P R F A eqn = (F^2*P^(R - 1)*x)/(2*(x^R - P^R + P^R*R))==A ...

3 years ago | 0 answers | 0

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Expand summations with different indexes symbolically
Will MATLAB expand summations with different indexes symbolically like this one? <</matlabcentral/answers/uploaded_files/3785...

8 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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How to expand a summation with different indexes

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How to expand a summation with different indexes
As I said I want a code to expand summation (algebraic) not to get a numerical answer. How bad is it. There is no way. May I nee...

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How to expand a summation with different indexes
How to expand a summation with different indexes like this? <</matlabcentral/answers/uploaded_files/37828/Untitled-1.jpg>> ...

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Odd warning bug on MATLAB
Hi Yesterday I installed MATLAB and try to solve an equation using this command: solve('(L*Y*X*D)+(K*(S-A))+(F*X*T)-(F*(...

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solving two equations with 4 unknowns
Combine 2 equation to gain 1 then use this way: Here is a simple example which you can change the equation and range and solv...

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How do can I solve for 2 unknowns in one equation given a data set for x and y.
Here is a simple example which you can change the equation and range and solve yours. The equation is 12x+9y+7z-60=0 where x,y,z...

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One equation, two unknowns. How do I create a table of possible solutions?
Here is a simple example which you can change the equation and range and solve yours. The equation is 12x+9y+7z-60=0 where x,y,z...

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Finding Set Of Answers For ONE Equation Involving SEVERAL Unknown Variables In a Discrete Data Zone
Suppose this equation: F(x,y)=9x+7y-60=0 The range which include just discrete numbers is: -5<x<10 and -5<y<10 All the pos...

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