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Not Sure How I'm Getting "Subscript indices must either be real positive integers or logicals"

Asked by Cory Stack on 17 Apr 2013

Here is my code, it is an iterative solution to an equation, and I keep getting the error which occurs in the denom(i) line: Subscript indices must either be real positive integers or logicals

g1=1.4;

g4=1.4;

T1=300;

T4=300;

p4p1=5;

R=287;

a1=sqrt(g1*R*T1);

a4=sqrt(g4*R*T4);

ratio= [1.01:.0001:10];

exponent=-2*g4/(g4-1);

numer=ratio;

denom=numer;

temp=denom;

for i=1:length(ratio)

   numer(i)=(g4-1)*(a1/a4)*(ratio(i)-1);
   denom(i)=sqrt(2*g1((2*g1)+(g1+1)*((ratio(i)-1))));
   temp(i)=ratio(i)*((1-(numer(i)/denom(i)))^(exponent));
   if abs(temp(i)-p4p1)<.01    
       p2p1=ratio(i);
       break;
   end
end

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Answer by per isakson on 17 Apr 2013
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Add a "*" to this line. It should probably read

    denom(i)=sqrt(2*g1*((2*g1)+(g1+1)*((ratio(i)-1))));

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Cory Stack on 18 Apr 2013

Wow I feel dumb lol but thanks for the help!

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