# Find the input values of a function within an output range.

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Edward Simpson Songel el 9 de Jun. de 2021
Comentada: Nigel Brauser el 4 de Nov. de 2022
Let us say we have a funtion like y= @(n) f(n).
How would you find the range of n values for the y range y[ ymin,ymax] is there some sort of inverse function command in MATLAB with which you could do this? I.E. n=@(y) f^(-1)(y) or something similar.
A practical example would be:
Rend = @(n) Pu(n)/Pa(n); % Where Pu(n) and Pa(n) are other functions which also depend of n.
% Find value range of n for Rend==[R1,R2] where R1 is the min of the range
% and R2 the max of the range.
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Joel Lynch el 9 de Jun. de 2021
Editada: Joel Lynch el 9 de Jun. de 2021
If you cannot solve algebraically (no closed form solution), then fzero is the best bet. Something like this:
% example y range
y = linspace(ymin,ymax);
% Create empty array of n values of same size
nsol = zeros(size(y));
% Loop y values
for i=1:numel(y)
% grab local y
ylocal = y(i);
% Setup fzero function function
myfunc = @(n) Pu(n)/Pa(n) - ylocal;
% Solve for myfunc=0
nsol(i) = fzero( myfunc, nguess );
end
Note that "fzero" is being adapted from solving for 0, to solving for ylocal by subtracting that term. There are probably faster ways to get "myfunc" defined outside the loop.
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Nigel Brauser el 4 de Nov. de 2022
Thank you very much, this was very helpful. Particularly your simple handling of subtracting ylocal to find the desired value, rather than just 0.

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