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Hello!
I have a function y(x) with variables a; b; c; d.
I know what the values of a; b; c; d roughly should be, but I am trying to calculate them precisely, so the graph of the function over the region from a to a+90° would look as straight (horizontal with smallest possible amplitude) as possible.
How do I do this? Where do I start?
I haven't done any maths work in years but i still have access to Matlab, Mathematica, Mathcad from my collage days.
Any help greatly appriciated, as I can't find anything on the web, not knowing which keywords (proper terminology) I should be using.
I have a function y(x) with variables a; b; c; d.
I know what the values of a; b; c; d roughly should be, but I am trying to calculate them precisely, so the graph of the function over the region from a to a+90° would look as straight (horizontal with smallest possible amplitude) as possible.
How do I do this? Where do I start?
I haven't done any maths work in years but i still have access to Matlab, Mathematica, Mathcad from my collage days.
Any help greatly appriciated, as I can't find anything on the web, not knowing which keywords (proper terminology) I should be using.
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