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GSR
09/11/07 02:05am

I have 8 simultaneous equations that solve for the parameters a-h. The solutions are dependent on an input variable k. I have developed a Mathematica program that solves the simultaneous equations providing I specify my value k. However, I would really like to plot my results for a-h as a function of changing k, and haven't been able to find a way to do this using the help files. So currently it is a very time consuming task to run the program for each value of k and then transfer the results to a table and manually plot. Is there a function that can automatically solve the equations over a specified range of k and return a single plot containing all parameters a-h as a function of k?

Thanks,
GSR

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