Simbolic Tbx: how to solve trigonometric equation with polynoms?

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Igor am 5 Apr. 2011
>> syms y z
>> syms x y z
>> y=sym('- 9*x^4 + 7*x^3 - 13*x^2 + 3*x');z=sym('(1+x)^3');
>> solve(subs('z*y-1=0'))
Working (although one root)
>> solve(subs('sin(z)=0'))
NOT Working
>> solve(subs('sin(y*z-1)=0'))
ans =
solvelib::Union(RootOf(X458^7 + (20*X458^6)/9 +...
How to solve eq. (within Simbolic Tbx)? Even one root...

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson am 6 Apr. 2011
The Union is the result, in symbolic form. A Union is a "set" (in mathematical terms). RootOf() of higher order polynomials are not taken unless specifically requested, partly because usually they can only be numerically approximated.
What I suggest is that you use vpa() or double() on the returned answer.
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Igor am 7 Apr. 2011
you see -- no motion further the answer Rootof()
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson am 7 Apr. 2011
Checking the documentation, it appears to me that there is a family of solutions in a free parameter that is an integer. If you want one particular solution, evaluate res with something (e.g., 0) substituted for Z_ and then double() that to get a numeric value.

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