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## Sorry...

@Carl Love I am really sorry for that, yes it was a[1](t), so do i need to post anohter question as i could not edit it,

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## Thanx!...

@Adri van der Meer Thanx for ur help, but as u adviced i use Neton Raphson method for this.

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## Thanx!...

@Adri van der Meer Thanx for ur help, but as u adviced i use Neton Raphson method for this.

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Sunit

## Thanx!...

Thanx a lot for your help.

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## Thanx!...

Thanx a lot for your help.

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## Thanx!...

Thanx a lot, it worked for me.

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## Thanx!...

Thanx a lot, it worked for me.

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## Another Doubt...

Hi,

Thanx for your suggestion, but my another question is that can i use these pnts for further computation, for example, i have another quantity say y which is the function of x and omega, say

y=x^2/omega,

then can i use these pnts for this and make a plot betwen y and x.

Thanx and regards

Sunit

## Another Doubt...

Hi,

Thanx for your suggestion, but my another question is that can i use these pnts for further computation, for example, i have another quantity say y which is the function of x and omega, say

y=x^2/omega,

then can i use these pnts for this and make a plot betwen y and x.

Thanx and regards

Sunit

## Not capturing all solutions...

Dear Sir,

The procedure that u told me is giving  only one expression for omega0 and v0 in terms of omega1, but i have seen that for omega1=0.1 to omega1=0.8 there are more than one root, so how cold i capture all these rutes.

Thanx and Regards

Sunit

## Not capturing all solutions...

Dear Sir,

The procedure that u told me is giving  only one expression for omega0 and v0 in terms of omega1, but i have seen that for omega1=0.1 to omega1=0.8 there are more than one root, so how cold i capture all these rutes.

Thanx and Regards

Sunit

## Thanks!...

Dear Sir,

I am really vey much thankful to you, it worked for my equations even with 16 degree also.

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Sunit

## Thanks!...

Dear Sir,

I am really vey much thankful to you, it worked for my equations even with 16 degree also.

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Sunit

## Implicitplot...

Dear Sir,

I dont think that implcitplot will work form me, as i need x(c) and y(c), but what implicitplot will give me y(x) for a given c.

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Sunit

## Implicitplot...

Dear Sir,

I dont think that implcitplot will work form me, as i need x(c) and y(c), but what implicitplot will give me y(x) for a given c.

Regards

Sunit

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