# Solving multi-variable function

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## Solving multi-variable function

 Hello Scilab-ers,   Can any one point me to the right direction?  I want to find the zero point of a function that has 4 variables.  I want scilab to solve for the values of the 4 variables that would give me a result = 0 for the answer.  I initially tried fsolve, but I discovered that fsolve only take one variable input.   Any thoughts?  Thanks!   Jerry Be a better friend, newshound, and know-it-all with Yahoo! Mobile. Try it now.
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## Re: Solving multi-variable function

 Fsolve takes one variable input, but the input can be a vector of any size.   So, collapse your 4 variables into a single vector and adapt your fonction accordingly.   Eric.  2008/3/13, Jerry Wang <[hidden email]>: Hello Scilab-ers,   Can any one point me to the right direction?  I want to find the zero point of a function that has 4 variables.  I want scilab to solve for the values of the 4 variables that would give me a result = 0 for the answer.  I initially tried fsolve, but I discovered that fsolve only take one variable input.   Any thoughts?  Thanks!   Jerry Be a better friend, newshound, and know-it-all with Yahoo! Mobile. Try it now.
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