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I would like to get the b value in Matalb.

Asked by Redwood on 16 May 2013

Dear Matlab experts,

I would like to get the b value in Matlab, but I got nothing in Matlab. I attached my coding below. Please let me know how to get the b value.

syms b G G1 M1 M2 M3 P1 P2 P3
b  = 0:.0001:10;
Out=solve(' G1 == G*(P1*exp(-b*M1/P1)/( P1*exp(-b*M1/P1)+ P2*exp(-b*M2/P2) + P3*exp(-b*M3/P3)))', b)
G = [7340, 7194];
G1 = [4516.881,  5002.953];
M1 = [5222.328, 6009.419];
M2 = [3264.034, 2632.621];
M3 = [1264.034, 1632.621];
P1 = [3000, 3025];
P2 = [10000, 10051];
P3 = [5000, 5051];
Out=subs(Out)

Thank you very much in advance.

Sincerely,

Redwood

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Answer by Walter Roberson on 16 May 2013

Use

 syms b

instead of assigning a numeric value to b.

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Answer by Redwood on 16 May 2013

Dear Walter,

Thank you very much for your help.

I already used syms b.

But I did not get anything in Matlab.

Sincerely yours,

Redwood

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Walter Roberson on 16 May 2013

Is there reason to expect that there is an algebraic solution? If not then you are going to have to do the substitution first and then do a numeric solution. You will likely have to do each set of values individually rather than the two sets together.

Redwood
Answer by sami on 16 May 2013

inner matrix must agree

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Answer by Redwood on 16 May 2013

Dear Sami,

What do you mean, "inner matrix must agree"?

Sincerely yours,

Redwood

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