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minmum of a function

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  • Subject: [mg75091] minmum of a function
  • From: skruege at gwdg.de
  • Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2007 20:18:07 -0400 (EDT)

Thank you for your help concerning the minimum of a function.

I have another little problem, I cannot solve:

At one point in my simulation I put

t1 := Table[amp[a], {a, 0.1, 0.3, 0.1}]
Evaluate[t1]

and I get out

{{0.270697, {0.909768 (p -> -0.15708)}}[0.1], {0.270697, {0.837837 (p ->
-0.314159)}}[0.2], {0.653976, {0.782008 (p -> -0.471239)}}[0.3]}

Now, for t1[[1,1]]

I get out

[0,1]

and not 0.270697 as I hoped.

Apparently {0.270697, {0.909768 (p -> -0.15708)}} is not an element of the
list.

Ist it possible to read out the first numbers of the different {}-brackets
(0.270697, 0.270697 and 0.653976) anyway?

Sven Krueger






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