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From: Christopher Creutzig <Christopher.Creutzig@mathworks.com>
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Subject: Re: what dose this error mean -- urgency
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On 26.01.13 00:01, maia wrote:

> i think the problem lie in cos(t)
> before i add cos(t) i was able to plot pin but after that it give me error

You cannot use ezplot for a formula with 3 variables. Your formula
didn't have t before you added the cos(t) term.


Christopher