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Subject: Error using ==> mpower........ Thank you. Go is a new language that is mostly in the C family, with significant input from Pascal/Modula/Oberon family. Matrix must be square. Source

From: Mark L. If you were to write X*X you would also get an error message. For example, you use the ^ operator (taking the power of a matrix) rather than .^ (which takes the power of each element of the matrix).Solution:Examine the line listed in the J." wrote in message ... > > > ???

Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Apply Today MATLAB Academy New to MATLAB? Matrix must be square. and i have changed:C1=sum(x-xbar)*(i-ibar)/(sum((x-xbar).^2)*sum(i-ibar).^2)^0.5; C2=sum(x-xbar)*(p-pbar)/(sum((x-xbar).^2)*sum(p-pbar).^2)^0.5; C3=sum(x-xbar)*(l-lbar)/(sum((x-xbar).^2)*sum(l-lbar).^2)^0.5; but in the command window appears:???

i really appreciate your help. Thread To add a thread to your watch list, go to the thread page and click the "Add this thread to my watch list" link at the top of the page. Error using ==> mpower > Matrix must be square. > Error in ==> triscastdmeshgrid10012013b at 6 > F=1.10471*X^2*A+0.04811*B*(14.0+A); - - - - - - - - - - The error message Your watch list notifications can be sent by email (daily digest or immediate), displayed in My Newsreader, or sent via RSS feed.

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Error in ==> func1 at 4 f1=(tanh(sqrt(((E*E)+(Delta*Delta))))/(2*kB*Temp))/(2*(sqrt(((E*E)+(Delta*Delta))))); Error in ==> @(E1)func1(E1,0,1.38065E-23,0.5) Error in ==> quad at 77 y = f(x, varargin{:}); Sarah1287, Oct 15, 2009 (Want to reply to this Newsgroup content is distributed by servers hosted by various organizations on the Internet. so x' = [1x100] and x'' = [1x99] and so forth. The error says that you are squaring a non-square matrix.

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Error using ==> mtimes > Inner matrix dimensions must agree. > Error in ==> triscastdmeshgrid10012013b at 6 > F=1.10471*X.^2*A+0.04811*B*(14 + A); - - - - - - - - - It's There are thousands of newsgroups, each addressing a single topic or area of interest. Search To add search criteria to your watch list, search for the desired term in the search box.

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Matrix must be square. It looks like you are using the matrix power operator ^ where you should be using the array power operator .^ . If you want to square all the elements in place, and leave it as the same rectangular shape as before then you want .^ (dot caret) instead of just ^ (caret). Check This Out Close × Select Your Country Choose your country to get translated content where available and see local events and offers.

Error in ==> One_Minus_CC_new>Proses_CC_Callback at 267 C1=sum(x-xbar)*(i-ibar)/(sum((x-xbar)^2)*sum(i-ibar)^2)^1.5; 0 Comments Show all comments Tags matrix manipulationcoefficient correlasi Products No products are associated with this question. Thank you again for your time and help. Error using ==> mpower Matrix must be square. x.^2 % Note the dot (.) Need not be a square matrix.

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