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## Re: want to do this...

**From**: |
niles |

**Subject**: |
Re: want to do this... |

**Date**: |
Fri, 22 Sep 95 16:38:27 -0400 |

>*I want to calculate k*exp(-x^2 / 2*sigma) for two values each of of k,*
>*x, and sigma, giving me a total of 8 functions. *
You really must be more explicit. If you evaluate the above
expression of three variables using all combination of two values for
each variable, you will obtain 8 values or 8 two variable functions.
Which do you mean?
>*Then I want to subtract each of these functions from each other and*
>*graph the result.*
Again, what do you mean? If you subtract every combination of the 8
above you'll obtain 1+2+3+4+5+6 = 28 combinations. Is this what you
want?
What don't you understand?
I'll try to help more if you can answer some of these questions...
Rick Niles
(1992 USC graduate, Aerospace Eng.)