M Mitsias May 2010 4 0 May 22, 2010 #1 Hi everyone! I ve been searching (with no success) in the web for a MATLAB program for the Newton - Raphson Method for exponential equations. Could anybody help?? The Newton - Raphson method : Thank you!!

Hi everyone! I ve been searching (with no success) in the web for a MATLAB program for the Newton - Raphson Method for exponential equations. Could anybody help?? The Newton - Raphson method : Thank you!!

M Mitsias May 2010 4 0 May 23, 2010 #3 Kbotz said: have you tried searching the matlab central website? Click to expand... Yes i have searched it and unfortunately i didn't find anything about exponential equations!

Kbotz said: have you tried searching the matlab central website? Click to expand... Yes i have searched it and unfortunately i didn't find anything about exponential equations!

C CaptainBlack MHF Hall of Fame Nov 2005 14,972 5,271 someplace May 23, 2010 #4 Mitsias said: Yes i have searched it and unfortunately i didn't find anything about exponential equations! Click to expand... Please explain what you mean by exponential equations, and how a generic NR function is inadequate for such. CB

Mitsias said: Yes i have searched it and unfortunately i didn't find anything about exponential equations! Click to expand... Please explain what you mean by exponential equations, and how a generic NR function is inadequate for such. CB

M Mitsias May 2010 4 0 May 24, 2010 #5 CaptainBlack said: Please explain what you mean by exponential equations, and how a generic NR function is inadequate for such. CB Click to expand... I mean an equation like this: 2^x - 5*x + 2 = 0 Anyway, at last I just found a solution! Thank you for your interest!

CaptainBlack said: Please explain what you mean by exponential equations, and how a generic NR function is inadequate for such. CB Click to expand... I mean an equation like this: 2^x - 5*x + 2 = 0 Anyway, at last I just found a solution! Thank you for your interest!