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Xizheng
08/24/12 09:43am

Thank you very much!

Your code really works well to find one root of the equations. But I want to find all roots of the equations. In other words, I want to try more initial states for each value of T12 and find all roots.

For example,
DO[DO[DO[...... {x -1, 1, 0.1}] {y -1, 1 0.1}] {z -1, 1, 0.1}]
But if I output every result that I get for each initial state, there will be thousands of results in total and some of them might be the same value. So I hope the code can compare these results and only remember the different ones. Just like the way that NSolve works, output all the different roots not just one root from one initial state.

Hope my explanation make you understand. Thanks again for your help!

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A problem of NSolve Xizheng 08/23/12 11:06am
Re: A problem of NSolve Bill Simpson 08/23/12 11:47am
Re: Re: A problem of NSolve Xizheng 08/23/12 1:48pm
Re: Re: Re: A problem of NSolve Bill Simpson 08/23/12 11:16pm
Re: A problem of NSolve Xizheng 08/24/12 09:42am
Re: Re: A problem of NSolve Bill Simpson 08/25/12 10:58am
Re: Re: Re: A problem of NSolve Bill Simpson 08/26/12 3:11pm
Re: Re: Re: A problem of NSolve Xizheng 08/26/12 4:35pm
Re: A problem of NSolve Xizheng 08/24/12 09:43am
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