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"Eng M" wrote in message <jgm5ut$o0q$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> I need to find d for the following code and i am getting an error, what is the problem?
> solve('delta1*6.4*ql*(Lx(k)*Ly(l)-(Cx(i)+d(i,j,k,l))*(Cy(j)+d(i,j,k,l)))/(d(i,j,k,l)*(2*Cx(i)+2*Cy(j)+4*d(i,j,k,l)))=Vc','d(i,j,k,l)');
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  That's just a quadratic equation in d.  Its coefficients are complicated but there is a simple formula for solving it learned by high school students.  Why are you using the sophisticated 'solve' for such an elementary purpose?

Roger Stafford