Hi sauberss,
you can solve a problem like this as follows:
If F[q] = integral^Infinity_rmin A[r,q]dq
G[q] = integral^Infinity_rmin B[r,q] dq
where ^Infinity and _rmin represent the upper and lower limits of integration respectively, and
rmin= a(q)
Mathematica code:
F[q_]:=...
I have implemented those changes however I am getting error messages saying that the intergrand has evaluated to non numeric values in all parts of the sampling reason, I think this is because it is not inputting the values for q correctly but I can't figure out why.
The expression does...
Thanks for your reply. I have made the changes you suggested, however I am getting the following error messages when I run my new code:
Inverse functions are being used by Solve, so some solutions may not \
be found; use Reduce for complete solution information.
and
"Part 2 of \...
I have 2 parameters, p and q.
rmin depends on p and q in a complex way, but for a given p and q it can be solved for numerically.
I have three functions
L(p,q,rmin)
Theta(p,q,rmin)
S(p,q,rmin)
What I want to do is to plot S against L for a set of the values p,q for which Theta is...
Would it be possible to get Mathematica to plot a curved graph from a table like that if you do not know what it is supposed to look like to start with?
I have a function, S[q] which is obtained by integrating another function, A[r,q] over r.
My problem is that the lower limit of integration,
rmin depends on q in a complicated manner. Mathematica can however solve this equation to give several routes, only one of which is real which is the...