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Take each looped value and put it into an equation

Asked by Lance on 25 Nov 2012

Here is my for loop

for i = 300:20:1000

    K = exp(18.84-21788/i);
    solve('(x^2/(1-x^2)) = K', 'x')

end

What I'm trying to get this to do is solve for K by incrementing i by 20 all the way up to 1000.

For each K I want to take that value, put it into the solve function and have it give me a numerical value for x. I also need x to be between 0 & 1.

I can't seem to figure this out. Thanks

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Answer by bym on 25 Nov 2012

no need to use the solve command

for i = 300:20:100
    k = exp(18.84-21788/i);
    xpos(i) = sqrt(k^2+k)/(k+1);
    xneg(i) = -sqrt(k^2+k)/(k+1);
end

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