# Subs function not working as expected

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Patricio Whittingslow 2018 年 9 月 25 日
I've come across an unexpected result. Symbolic equation substitution is yielding wrong result. Below is my code.I've tried reset(symengine) but it doesen't seem to help.
syms y real
Tsym = ...
(204800*y)/7 - (19342813113834066795298816*y^2)/661131307601750375 + 60;
Tfunc=@(y) ...
(204800*y)/7 - (19342813113834066795298816*y^2)/661131307601750375 + 60;
H=0.0005;
y=H;
symval=subs(Tsym);
funcval=Tfunc(H);
if funcval~=symval
fprintf('Something is wrong. \n')
end

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Bish Erbas 2018 年 9 月 25 日
Code below works for me. You defined the H and y variables after defining the symbolic equations. Move the variable definition at the beginning of your code.
syms y real
H=0.0005;
y=H;
Tsym = ...
(204800*y)/7 - (19342813113834066795298816*y^2)/661131307601750375 + 60;
Tfunc=@(y) ...
(204800*y)/7 - (19342813113834066795298816*y^2)/661131307601750375 + 60;
symval=subs(Tsym);
funcval=Tfunc(H);
if funcval~=symval
fprintf('Something is wrong. \n')
end
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Patricio Whittingslow 2018 年 9 月 25 日
Hey there Bish! It seems your solution does return the correct value. However, I lose the symbolic function in the process. Tsymb (the equation is now equal to a value, not an equation). What's the best practice to use subs if I want to continue evaluating the same function for N values of y?

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