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Vincent Michaud
02/26/10 2:08pm

I defined a function in the following way :

f[t_, n_] :=
FindRoot[(1/(Exp[-a] - 1))/n ==
1 - t^(3/2) PolyLog[3/2, Exp[a]]/Zeta[3/2], {a, -1/n}]

I would like to plot it for different values of n ( e.g. f[t,100] ) over the range [0,2] or something like that.

When I wrote :
Plot[f[t, 100], {t, 0, 1}, PlotRange -> Full];
and it does nothing.
Then I tried :
Plot[Evaluate[f[t, 100]], {t, 0, 1}, PlotRange -> Full];
and it writes :
The function value {-0.00499 + 086 t^(3/2)} is not a list of numbers with dimensions {1} at {a} = {-0.01}
Thanks!

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