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symbolic solve

symbolic solve

symbolic solve

I'm trying to determine integration constants through the solve command, given that I have a set of boundary conditions. My problem is that one of the equations is equal to the object I'm trying to solve.
For example, I have:

F1 = A
F2 = A^3+B;

then I get a warning that i have one equation and three variables. Does anyone know how to solve this?

RE: symbolic solve

syms a b
f1=a; f2=a^3+b;
Then, s.a and s.b correspondingly give you the 2 answers (which are both zero).



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