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Saba
02/14/11 1:00pm

I want to use he number that is given as a result of the findroot in further calculation, how can I do that
For example

S = FindRoot [l[b] == 0, {b, 10^-12}]

U = FindRoot [r[b] - 0.58*Req == 0, {b, 10^-6}]

I want to use this S and U as the start point and end point of my graph

How can I do that?

The way I do is:
t = Table[{l[b], B[b]}, {b,S,U,10^-9}];

but it gives the error:
Table::iterb: Iterator {b,{b->2.20945*10^-9},{b->1.36554*10^-6},1/1000000000} does not have appropriate bounds.


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How to use result of the findroot Saba 02/14/11 1:00pm
Re: How to use result of the findroot yehuda ben-s... 02/15/11 5:01pm
Re: Re: How to use result of the findroot Saba 02/24/11 10:17am
Re: How to use result of the findroot Mohammad Reza 05/10/13 9:38pm
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