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Re: How do you input a solution from FindRoot into another equation?


In article <3mfauj$l4o at news0.cybernetics.net>, rdack at acs.ucalgary.ca
(Robert Dack) wrote:

>Can someone tell me how to take the output from the FindRoot
>cammand and input it into the next command line?  The output
>comes out in the form { x -> 2.435 }, so the usual [%] command on
>the next line won't work.

x /. % 

(substitute appropriate variable name for 'x')

-- 
Jonathan E. Guyer                        j-guyer at nwu.edu


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