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Barbara
09/01/07 10:52pm

I am trying to plot the following integral:
((1-Sin[x])/(1+Sin[x]))*Exp[-x] along the interval 0 to Pi/2.

When I try to plot it, I get a lot of these:
"is not a machine-size real number at x = "

I don't know how to define the function so that it graphs along that interval. Where am I going wrong?
Thanks,
Barb

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Plotting; not a machine-size real number at Barbara 09/01/07 10:52pm
Re: Plotting; not a machine-size real number at yehuda ben-s... 09/04/07 00:16am
Re: Plotting; not a machine-size real number at Peter Pein 09/04/07 7:00pm
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