[R] Solving equation
dwinsemius at comcast.net
Sat May 1 13:49:42 CEST 2010
On May 1, 2010, at 3:28 AM, Berend Hasselman wrote:
> Shant Ch wrote:
>> I want to solve: x*(3^x)*log(4)-x*log(4/3)-(3^x)+1=0 for x. I used
>> following code,
>> uniroot(function(x) x*(3^x)*log(4)-x*log(4/3)-(3^x)+1, lower = -2,
>> upper =
>> 2, tol = 0.001 )
>> While using this I am getting the following error. Can anyone
>> please help
>> me out.
>> Error in uniroot(function(x) x * (3^x) * log(4) - x * log(4/3) -
>> (3^x) +
>> : f() values at end points not of opposite sign.
> Try f(-2) and f(2) and you'll see the cause of the error message.
> Define your equation as a function
> f <- function(x) return(x*(3^x)*log(4)-x*log(4/3)-(3^x)+1)
> and do
> and draw your conclusions.
Try optimize instead.
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