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How do assign an interval of values to a variable in order to use them in a function?
From my code (below) I have K1 and K2 set to zero in order to test this numerical method. However, K1 is on an interval from 0 to 32, and K2 is on an interval from 0 to 8. I would like to know if ...
Apr 11 at 0:54
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