Where is an error? Help please!
(One more same problem What is not correct in this optic problem?)
I know other simple solution this optic task (see please bellow), but I would like use this:
Simple solution - symbolic (by WolframAlpha.com site) and numeric (with nanotechnology help):
Solved! Go to Solution.
What do you mean by this equation
and where does it stem from?
And why do you think that the argument of y´ should be a length (x(alpha)) while the argument of y is an angle?
If you write y´ here it has in any case to be the derivative with respect to alpha.
I think you need to do it like the following Valery:
Note that the gradient is infinite at x = -F, which leads to difficulties for the integration routine. Hence the definition of the gradient function above.
Thanks, Alan and Werner.
The Prime 3 sheet in attach is without an error but has a false tan not sin in the last equation.
I feel the error but...
You may be able to keep alpha as the independend variable, but you can't use y'(x(apha)).
What you mean is
which Mathcad can't unserstand and you will have to replace it by
If you do so, other errors occur, though.
But I see you already rewrote your equations to accommodate for x as the independent variable, anyway.
From unnecessary ballast freed system but I don't understand what the error message would like to tell us!?
Looks like Mathcad does not like both derivaties to be in one equation.
Here we go.
It was necessary to introduce a dummy function and to redefine tan(). Not convincing, but at least it works.