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11-26-2019
07:20 AM

11-26-2019
07:20 AM

this variable is undefined

please help me why it does not work..

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11-26-2019
07:54 AM

11-26-2019
07:54 AM

Re: this variable is undefined

You've not learned that all of the constraints have to come after the "given" statement? Where is "Find"?

Go read the help files about how to set up a solve block!

Or are you just dumping on this forum?

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11-26-2019
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11-26-2019
11:39 AM

11-26-2019
11:39 AM

Re: this variable is undefined

i have a question so only i want to find d.1 d.2.

all variables are a constant value.

so do I have to change d.a=0.1 not :=

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11-26-2019
11:18 AM

11-26-2019
11:18 AM

Re: this variable is undefined

Hi,

the Ks are all uppercase or lowercase.....

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11-26-2019
11:31 AM

11-26-2019
11:31 AM

Re: this variable is undefined

Thank you!!

can you send me a file??

why my computer does not work

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11-26-2019
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11:59 AM

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11-26-2019
02:27 PM

11-26-2019
02:27 PM

Re: this variable is undefined

thank you

but why d.a d.b is not corret it should be 0.1 and 0.1

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11-26-2019
06:00 PM

11-26-2019
06:00 PM

Re: this variable is undefined

If ALL of your used variables have to be constant (even q=100) and you only want to vary d1 and d2m then you are asking for the impossible. There is a linear relationship between d1 and d2 and to fulfill your equation at least one of the two must be negative. So they can't be both in the range from 0 to 0.3.

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11-26-2019
07:59 PM

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07:59 PM

Re: this variable is undefined

HOW about this one?

q is not constant value.

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11-26-2019
11:46 PM

11-26-2019
11:46 PM

Re: this variable is undefined

@JPark61 wrote:

HOW about this one?

q is not constant value.

This is exactly what MFra already had shown quite a while ago.

If q is variable, too, you have a myriad number of solutions. And if you chose a q value for which a solution exists, there usually exist an infinite number of additional solution for d1 and d2.

So you have some additional degrees of freedom.

Some exemple:

q=10, d1=0.1, d2=0.121

or

q=10, d1=0.15, d2=0.071

or

q=10, d1=0.2, d2=0,021

etc.

Here is the formula where you can calculate d2 if q and d1 are given: