|Jul24-12, 10:23 PM||#1|
Repeat the loop for a few intervals
I am trying to find the three roots from x=0 to x=2∏ for this equation: x*Sin[x] + 1.5 x - 3. I want to divide the graph into intervals of say from x=1.0 to x=2.0 as one interval and so on and so forth. How do I go about inserting that code into my existing codes? I am using the bisection method to solve this equation. I thought of just replacing the intervals one by one but I don't think it's very feasible. Could anyone of you guide me on how to go about doing it? I'm using Mathematica 8. Thanks!
|Jul26-12, 02:38 AM||#2|
I'm not exactly sure what you need. Will this help?
For[high = 1, high ≤ 7, high++,
low = high - 1;
If that isn't what you need then provide some more detail.
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