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Walter--
When I said that I want to solve for one gamma value at a time, I meant that i want to call up the first value in the gamma matrix and then vary "e" from 1 to 100 and solve for "Me"  After that runs, I want to call up the 2nd gamma value and do the same thing.  So really, I'm holding the gamma value constant for the calculation but I just have to do the same calculation for 7 different gasses.  Does this make sense to you now?