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Parse error at '=' and ')' in FEM approach

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James
James on 16 Apr 2020
Commented: James on 17 Apr 2020
Hi,
Following is my code and it is related to FEM.
T = zeros(10,5);
T(1:10,1) = 10;
T(1:10,5) = 50;
T(1,2) = 73;
T(1,3) = 100;
T(1,4) = 85;
for n=1:9
for i =2:4
(1/6)*0.1*(T(n+1,i-1)-(T(n,i-1)))+(2/3)*0.1*(T(n+1,i)-T(n,i))+(1/6)*0.1*(T(n+1,i+1)-T(n,i+1)) = 2*(T(n,i+1)-2*T(n,i)+T(n,i-1));
end
end
I'm getting the following errors.
"Parse error at '=': usage might be invalid MATLAB syntax" (Line 10)
"Parse error at ')': usage might be invalid MATLAB syntax" (Line 10)
This is my first attempt in this kind of mathematical approach and I'm sure the code is pretty primary, to say the least. However, Can anyone tell me what should I try to fix this?
TIA!
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James
James on 17 Apr 2020
That does make sense. I will try to find more help with FEM in matlab here as well.
Thank you, Geoff!

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