>
> Sorry the example seems complicated or I can not represent in a simple way, but I will try to make it simpler.
>
> I guess you understood the example, but by vector I meant that I have an array or matrix of scalar values (for example 36 values for C). Yes, exactly the problem is that I get only one value for 'F' or 'y' function which is calculated > from the last vale of C instead of getting 36 values in the form of a matrix. If I make the example simpler:
> let
> C=[ 10 8 5 4 2 1];
> I want to find the root value for this equation to find a matrix of 'F':
> y= (F*pi/180)+cotd(F)-C;
>
> So, using the code I sent you before, I can only get 'F' value from C=1 which is the last value.
>
> Regards
> Peshawa Salih
>
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