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Jul 29, 2014
09:13 AM

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Jul 29, 2014
09:13 AM

Goal Seek in mathcad

Hi,

I am trying to use some commands like "Goal seek in excel" in mathcad prime 3.0. Though I have not found any exact command in mathcad but have been able to manage it thorough "root" command in the Function>Solving subcatagory menu. But I can't use this option for a matrix. Please see the attachment.

For my problem, I need to find two values of "k" at the same time in a matrix. If I use the values of " i " seperatey as " 0 " and " 1 ", it gives correct result, but if I use as " i = 0,1..1 ", it shows error. Can you please help me.

Thanks in Advance

Best Regards

Jahangir Hossain

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Jul 29, 2014
09:48 AM

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Jul 29, 2014
09:48 AM

If you make your function f(q) be f(q,i) instead, then your scheme works as required.

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Jul 29, 2014
09:21 AM

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Jul 29, 2014
09:21 AM

Unfortunately I do not have Prime at the moment, but I'm sure you will be able to achieve what you want using a solve block. Look in the help menu.

Jul 30, 2014
03:01 AM

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Jul 30, 2014
03:01 AM

Hi Mike

Thanks...I will look in also the help menu.

Best Regards

Jahangir Hossain

Jul 29, 2014
09:48 AM

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Jul 29, 2014
09:48 AM

If you make your function f(q) be f(q,i) instead, then your scheme works as required.

Jul 30, 2014
02:59 AM

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Jul 30, 2014
02:59 AM

Hi Fred

Thanks a lot... Your approach works correctly as I wanted...I am very pleased.

Best Reggards

Jahangir Hossain