Zeineb

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@Carl Love 

Thank you for your help

The modification proposed are added in the code,

But its seems that the x axis is used in the reverse order,

The  x-axis from 1740 to 4033 , but the figure show that the x-axis is  reversed,

@Carl Love 

Thank you

@tomleslie 

Thank you for your answer

@tomleslie 

My problem is solved based on your code 

thank you

@acer 

Thank you

 I appreciate your remarks

@tomleslie
According to all remarks received, I tried to do my best to correct the code.  

code1.mw

But wht the code does not add blocks of matrix K, 

 

This code, is exactly similar to matlab code presented in the following link, used to solve odes by finite element

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4Y3iQrPBa8

thank you for all remarks 

 

@acer 

thank you for your remark

@acer 

compare other method with fsolve

@Carl Love 

Thank you for your code, 
can we can add a table that display the value of x and y  during iterations, so that I can change the initial guess and  compare the iterations needed to converge to the minimum. 

@vv 

If sin(n)<0, the sequence becomes 
an:=(n + sqrt (n(n+7))+9)^n
using Cauchy criteria 

an^1/n=(n + sqrt (n(n+7))+9) --->infinity, and thus R=0,  BUT you propose 2/25..... HOW dit you get this limit 

@vv 

Please can you give me the two subsequences, 

@vv 

thank you

@vv 

The main goal: is if the group is nonabelian, if we compute the product ( using all possible order ), we can not get the always the identity.  
But, If the group is abelian, the product of all elements of G, is always equal to the identity. 

@sand15 

 

I agree with you, But how can I compute the sigma algebra generated by X 

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