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Oct 04, 2018
09:20 AM

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Oct 04, 2018
09:20 AM

Define a Vector for solving equation

Hello,

I would like to solve this symbolic equation and save it in a variable. Why is this not possible?

Thanks

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Oct 04, 2018
12:48 PM

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12:48 PM

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Oct 04, 2018
10:13 AM

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Oct 04, 2018
10:13 AM

Your b=1 needs no solution, it is what it is, it can be used to solve s as a function of c, or the other way around.

This is how it should work:

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Luc

Oct 04, 2018
10:22 AM

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Oct 04, 2018
10:22 AM

Or were you looking for this...

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Luc

Oct 04, 2018
12:48 PM

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Oct 04, 2018
12:48 PM

Assuming you want to use the solve block, would the following help?

Oct 05, 2018
02:10 AM

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Oct 05, 2018
02:10 AM

Thanks for your solutions. Yes, it was a fast example and b=1 makes no sense.