No, but you can turn the Solve Block in to a function of a parameter and call it many times.
No, but you can turn the Solve Block in to a function of a parameter and call it many times.
Personally I prefer setting up calculations to be done with single scalar values, turning them into functions of the input values and then calling those function (vectorized) with the desired input vectors.
This is similar to what Jeff already had shown but without using any range variable N:
BUT ... if you really want to solve a vector equation in a solve block, you also can do that. Simply provide an appropriate guess vector (and please don't use range variables 😉