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Anand
05/17/06 10:02pm

I am trying to integrate a particular function from 0 to pi. However, when I run it, it displays a warning message, "Integrand is not a numerical at w = 1.5078", where w is the parameter of integration. I have tried for different ranges and the warning message is always displayed for the midpoint of the range. For example: if I try to run it for a range from 0 to pi/2, it shows the same message for w = 0.75.

I am attaching the part of my code that is producing the warning message.

Please give me some suggestions.

Thank You

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Integration over 0 to Pi Anand 05/17/06 10:02pm
Re: Integration over 0 to Pi Peter Pein 05/18/06 4:49pm
Re: Integration over 0 to Pi yehuda ben-s... 05/19/06 07:03am
Re: Integration over 0 to Pi Anand 05/20/06 6:21pm
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