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03-13-2018
01:32 AM

03-13-2018
01:32 AM

Dear Everyone,

How can I solve the root of equation as matrix as picture attachment (Red Circle)?

Many thank for replying

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03-13-2018
07:13 AM

03-13-2018
07:13 AM

Set up the calculation just for single values, turn them into functions and call them vectorized.

Maybe that way:

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03-13-2018
03:28 AM

03-13-2018
03:28 AM

Re: Functional Solve Block

Please (also) attach your worksheet. You may have to zip it first.

A serious bug in this forum often prevents from attaching a mathcad file. In Windows Explorer click with the right-mouse button on the mathcad file and select 'Send to' -> 'Compressed (zipped) folder'. The resulting .zip file can be attached.

Success!

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03-13-2018
03:36 AM

03-13-2018
03:36 AM

Re: Functional Solve Block

Dear Sir,

Please see attachment

Thank u

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03-13-2018
07:13 AM

03-13-2018
07:13 AM

Set up the calculation just for single values, turn them into functions and call them vectorized.

Maybe that way:

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03-13-2018
08:28 AM

03-13-2018
08:28 AM

Re: Functional Solve Block

Wow so nice ! 😍😍😍

I will try it

Many thank !

I will try it

Many thank !

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03-14-2018
12:29 AM

03-14-2018
12:29 AM

Re: Functional Solve Block

** fs(a,h)** it should be matrics but it isn't. I just know that because

Please solve it ,

Thank you so much!

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03-14-2018
07:09 AM

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07:09 AM

Re: Functional Solve Block

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03-14-2018
07:39 AM

03-14-2018
07:39 AM

Re: Functional Solve Block

Thank you for help!

It still wrong because ** min(Es*|et(a,h|,fy) **(Red Highlight) the result not matric but number that make the answer of

The solution that I want to find is to make ** min(Es*|et(a,h|,fy) **to Matric to take its element to take part in Calculation.

** |et(a,h| ** its result is Norm of Whole matrics but not Abs of Element of Matrics. We need it as Abs of Element of Matrics, if we can do, The solution is.

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03-14-2018
11:16 AM

03-14-2018
11:16 AM

Re: Functional Solve Block

its result is Norm of Whole matrics but not Abs of Element of Matrics. We need it as Abs of Element of Matrics|et(a,h|

But this is exactly what happens when you call the function vectorized!

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