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04-23-2013
11:15 PM

04-23-2013
11:15 PM

Hello,

My question are :

Thanks in advance for your time and help.

Best Regards.

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04-24-2013
03:06 AM

04-24-2013
03:06 AM

Your square matrix is singular. Extract from help:

- A matrix is singular if its determinant is 0. It is nearly singular if it has a high condition number. These conditions make it difficult to compute the inverted matrix used to solve the problem. The
**lsolve**function may fail orin these cases. You may wish to use other decompositions for nearly singular matrices.**may produce meaningless results**

Alan

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04-24-2013
03:06 AM

04-24-2013
03:06 AM

Your square matrix is singular. Extract from help:

- A matrix is singular if its determinant is 0. It is nearly singular if it has a high condition number. These conditions make it difficult to compute the inverted matrix used to solve the problem. The
**lsolve**function may fail orin these cases. You may wish to use other decompositions for nearly singular matrices.**may produce meaningless results**

Alan