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comment NDSolve equations contain solution from solving cubic equations
@ruebenko: I tried again, it still didn't work. I don't know how I can fix. Sorry. ( I somehow couldn't reply your message earlier for 2 days, so I forgot to reply back). But thank you.
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comment NDSolve equations contain solution from solving cubic equations
@ ruebenko, your method in your first reply work on all my cases that does not involved cubic equation. However, I still get error message from using your second reply. Thanks.
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comment NDSolve equations contain solution from solving cubic equations
@ ruebenko, I tried 'MaxSteps->Infinity'. But it seems to take a really long time to calculate. ( It's been running for 15 min now but still calculating). Thanks.
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comment Exporting interpolating functions to excel
Thank you so much for the clear answer!
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comment Solve 1-D function that has 2-D interpolating functions
Hi Daniel, Thanks for you help. Next time I'll check my equations more carefully.
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comment Solve 1-D function that has 2-D interpolating functions
Yeah sorry... I had some typoe. Hopefully it's all corrected now
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comment Solve system of ordinary differential equations that doesn't have an initial condition (t=0), but has an inifinity condition (t=infinity)?
@ Mark McClure: I see. Sorry I was confused by the my question and trying to solve this problems from different approach. But thanks for answering all my questions. They've been very helpful.
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comment Solve system of ordinary differential equations that doesn't have an initial condition (t=0), but has an inifinity condition (t=infinity)?
Thanks J.M & Chris... I tried to look up the document, they used DShoot, but I couldn't find a command on Mathematica for "DShoot". And I also tried set x2[t=1000]= 0.001, but Mathematica only gave me error msg.