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How do I solve dm/dt = R(1-A) - B (A) in MATLAB?

Asked by dafdfab
on 19 Nov 2012

I have this equation:

dm/dt = R(1-A) - B (A)

I need to solve A when:

dmdt= 0
R =0.1
B= 0.2

I am able to solve it by hand, but how can I solve this problem in MATLAB? Can I set this as a function?

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on 23 Nov 2012

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Answer by Walter Roberson
on 19 Nov 2012
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If you have the symbolic toolbox,

syms A
R = 0.1
B = 0.2
Asol = solve( R*(1-A)-B*A, A)

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dafdfab
on 19 Nov 2012

thank you soooo much walter

dafdfab
on 19 Nov 2012

the answer given is right, but I am just having trouble understanding it. in the code dmdt did not appear at all, so the solve function automatically assume the whole equation equals to zero?

I left that part out as it is 0.

syms A
R = 0.1
B = 0.2
dmdt = 0
Asol = solve( (R*(1-A)-B*A) - dmdt, A)

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