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problem doing implicit plotting
Remove the dot at the end of the expression x.*y.

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Why i am getting blank graph? Can someone help me to figure out error in my code.
is_exam3() function is_exam3 L=0.01; M=0; q=0.5; a=0.03; Pr=0.1; b=0.2; p=0.1; m=0.1; e=1.0; H=0.1; E=0.1; o=0...

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How to solve the following PDE equation
I think you mean x(s,0) = 10 instead of x(s,t) = 10, don't you ? The easiest way to solve the equation is to discretize the exp...

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Matrix is singular to working precision.
Obviously, your matrix is the zero matrix. Most probably the reason is that you don't assign values to K in the loop K(2*cnt-1...

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Solving unknown matrics to the power 20
p = [1 0 0 0 0 0 0]; R = [9; 8; 7; 6; 5; 4; 3]; CR = [0.45]; n = 20; TPM = diag([(CR/(p(1)*R(1)))^(1/n),zeros(1,6)]); p*TPM...

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Error using pdepe: Spatial discretization has failed. Discretization supports only parabolic and elliptic equations, with flux term involving spatial derivative
"pdepe" is a solver for parabolic-elliptic equations. Thus all equations should have a second-order derivative term in space and...

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In matlab, although my matrix is ​​full rank, the solution is still incorrect.Ax=b,A(10000*10000),x、b(10000*1)
The condition number of your matrix D is around 1e11 (see above). This is near to singular. I think you cannot expect a better r...

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Too many input arguments error
Your function xa and xn have three inputs (n,x,g), not two (n,g). Thus x_func = @(n, g) (xa(n, g)/xn(n, g))^(1/3); % Example T...

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solving symbolic equations with partial derivatives
syms Cf(zf,zr) cf(z,theta) L zref = zf; thetaref = (zf - zr)/L; dCfdzf = diff(cf,z) * diff(zref,zf) + diff(cf,theta)*diff(the...

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Calculations with distributions of variables only
Look up "Monte-Carlo-Simulation".

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Time-dependent dynamic problem with nonlinear stiffness using ode45
You solve for U and Udot - thus you get values for U and Udot from ode45. Simply compute the matrix K(U) with these values and p...

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Error: Data must be numeric, datetime, duration, categorical, or an array convertible to double.
% Declaring Theta and Phi Variables theta = 0:0.1:pi/2; % Phi Values phi_E_Plane = 0; phi_H_Plane = pi/2; % Declaring x...

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How to solve this differential equation? I got ''Warning: Unable to find symbolic solution.'' error. What am I missing ?
You don't miss anything - your equation is just too complicated to have an analytical solution. You will have to use a numerica...

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fsolve error: Unable to perform assignment because the indices on the left side are not compatible with the size of the right side.
Include the line size((2.*x_SW(2).*dfreq_SW_vr.*w(1).*g2) + ((1./4).*x_SW(1).*nu).*(f1b.*zet_0_0 + f2b.*eta_0_0).*g1.*cos(gamm...

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Overwriting the maximum function evaluation
You didn't include the structure "optim_lsq" in the call to lsqcurvefit.

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Operands to the logical AND (&&) and OR (||) operators must be convertible to logical scalar values. Use the ANY or ALL functions to reduce operands to logical scalar values.
if all(abs(grad_g1_val) < tol) && subs(g1, {x1, x2, x3}, x') <= 0 activeSet = [activeSet, 1]; % Constraint 1 is ac...

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ODE45 and dsolve result difference
dydx(2)=2-2*y(2)-8*x; instead of dydx(2)=2-2*y(2)-8*y(1);

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Intersection condition between two ellipses
I'm surprised that we get a division by zero by the below solution method if the aspect ratio of the two ellipses is equal. Bu...

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Arrayfun with Extra Parameters
Test3 = arrayfun(f,a,b) instead of Test3 = arrayfun(@f,a,b)

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Extract the indices based on the minimum absolute value
Maybe you mean %define the number of random numbers n = 10; %define the min and max ranges of random values stvar = [0 4]...

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How to fit a distribution whose parameters depend on other parameters?
In this case, you must assume a parametric expression for T(z) as well (e.g. T(z) = a + b*z) and add a and b to the parameters t...

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Solve and plot system in x and y with varying constants e and t
basically i would like to obtain on the same graph different curves in x and y for a fixed number of combinations of e and t. I...

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sol2 = bvp4c(@bvpexam2, @bcexam2, sol);
Ibrardual() function Ibrardual Nt=0.5; Nb=0.5; Le=2; Pr=1; Alpha=[-0.2138;-0.4]; s=1; A=1; %% solution in structure form %...

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What is the most computationally efficient factorization of a matrix A?
Prove that the matrix is positive definite and count the number of FLOPs of Cholesky compared to the other factorizations. Sect...

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what is the error here?
The error is that the parameter "S" is not an input to function "odeBVP" and thus undefined in f =[y(2);y(3);(1/3)*D1*((y(2)^2...

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Runge kutta giving complex numbers
It doesn't make sense to use such discontinuous input data for the solution of a differential equation. Solving a differential ...

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How does Matlabs Symbolic Math Toolbox always finds an analytical eigendecomposition for arbitrary polynomial matrices?
For me this begs the question, is the eigenvalue polynomial from eig(...) truly analytic? What do you mean for a polynomial to ...

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Want to understand how to implement in matlab the following differential equation?
If you know P1 over time, you don't have a differential equation, but simply an algebraic relation to determine Q: Q = (P1-P2)/...

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