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Re: How to relate two functions

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In order to keep notation simple I'd define :

aa[t_] = s1[[1, 1, 2]]
tt[t_] = s1[[1, 2, 2]]

Then you can find the point where T[t]=1 with :

sol = FindRoot[tt[t] == 1, {t, 500}][[1, 2]]

The corresponding value of a[t] is then simply

aa[sol]



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