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Yaroslav

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Yaroslav submitted a Comment to Solution 711049

Have you tried to to the same for your "Gain2" port? A simple check yields: >> 20.02 - 0.1/(0.5*0.01) - 0.01^2/(0.5*0.01) >> ans = -4.2674e-16. Perhaps this is what throws you out of tolerance. Another thing I can recommend is trying with a different circuit. Nonetheless, I do agree with you that the tolerances ought to be looser. You may suggest it to Guy and Seth: http://blogs.mathworks.com/seth/2015/08/07/modeling-and-simulation-challenge-in-cody/

on 12 Aug 2015

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on 7 Aug 2015

Yaroslav submitted a Comment to Solution 711049

Go to Matlab and write: >> format long; >> 60/(2*pi) ans = 9.549296585513721 That is the conversion constant of rpm to rad/sec. Using |format long| gives you the answer within Matlab's working precision.

on 7 Aug 2015

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on 9 Jun 2015

Yaroslav submitted Solution 678154 to Problem 2734. N-th Odious

on 31 May 2015

Yaroslav submitted Solution 678104 to Problem 2733. Evil Number

on 31 May 2015

Yaroslav submitted Problem 2316. Spin Matrices to Community

on 11 May 2014

Yaroslav submitted a Comment to Solution 245677

Thank you, @Yan_Orwat; I have repaired the solution.

on 8 May 2014