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04-16-2018
10:21 AM

04-16-2018
10:21 AM

It has been a really long time since I've used the software. The following is in Mathcad 15. For the life of me, I cannot remember how to solve for the answer(s) of a function.

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04-16-2018
11:08 AM

04-16-2018
11:08 AM

Hi,

is that all right?

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04-16-2018
11:36 AM

04-16-2018
11:36 AM

Ahh ... Initial guess for each. It's been a while. Thank you

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04-16-2018
07:26 PM

04-16-2018
07:26 PM

As you already turned the solve block into a function of b and the guess for x, you may also consider using vectorization:

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04-21-2018
10:45 AM

04-21-2018
10:45 AM

Hi

It's fine for me. Do you have any doubts?

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