It solves almost any given linear, non-linear, non-linear & highly-transcendental equations.
the specialty of this code is though it follows slightly modified bisection method,
the function whose roots are to be found,is be defined separately in a .m file.
even the function can also contain 'multiple variables', example." x^2+y^2+cos(x)+sin(y)=0 "
the detailed information such as no. of iterations and the corresponding values are automatically saved,
into a (.txt) file format,in a systematic tabular form.
this code has been tested on MATLAB 7.14 (R2012a) for all possible types of equations and proved to be accurate.
an example is also solved.
sub program or function file=FCT.m
any queries please feel free to post.
sai kumar (2021). Roots for non-linear highly-transcendental equation. (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/48107-roots-for-non-linear-highly-transcendental-equation), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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