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Marianna
07/30/08 2:40pm

I've been working with a fairly complicated system of differential equations, and am getting the following error message:
NDSolve::nlnum: The function value \
{0.,0.,0.,0.,0.,0.,0.,0.,0.,0.,<<23>>} is not a list of numbers with \
dimensions {33} at {\[Theta],gAck[\[Theta]],gAhe[\[Theta]],gAkr[\
\[Theta]],gArh[\[Theta]],gArr[\[Theta]],mc[\[Theta]],me[\[Theta]],mh[\
\[Theta]],mk[\[Theta]],<<57>>} = \
{-0.,-0.0000539637,-0.0000812356,-0.000065688,<<4>>,0.0000235765,0.\
0000550119,<<57>>}.

Really, just ignore everything after nlnum. What does "nlnum" mean? Can you please give the simplest example of an instance where it would occur?

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