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How to find x values from y value in "fit" function?

yval=-62; eqn=@(x)feval(f,x)-yval X1=fzero(eqn,4.8); X2=fzero(eqn,5.3);

How to find x values from y value in "fit" function?

yval=-62; eqn=@(x)feval(f,x)-yval X1=fzero(eqn,4.8); X2=fzero(eqn,5.3);

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String Logic 11

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String Logic 10

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odd and even functions

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How to get a one function result?

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String Logic 17

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