# Zero points on graph

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Stefan Juhanson 18 Apr 2021 17:05
편집: Matt J 18 Apr 2021 23:14
I need to find the 0 points of 2 lineral equations and save them. I can get the point where x = 0 manually from basic fitting and the other one i cant get at all. Is there a way to get from the y = p1 + p2, the p2 out somehow?
And then i need the point where y = 0 the x value. I dont even know the name of that point in english so its hard to search it for me.
heres my code:
format shortE
A(:,1) = []
A(1:101,:) = []
A
x = A(1:end,1);
y = A(1:end,2);
n1 = A([25:29],1)
m1 = A([25:29],2)
TL1 = polyfit(n1,m1,1);
d1 = polyval(TL1,x);
plot(x,d1)
hold on
plot(n1,m1,'.')
hold on
n2 = A([53:58],1)
m2 = A([53:58],2)
plot(n2,m2,'.')
hold on
TL2 = polyfit(n2,m2,1);
d2 = polyval(TL2,x);
plot(x,d2)
hold off
The first lines i just take some values from a larger matrix. Then i make linear trendlines where the lines cross the x = 0 and y = 0. But i need to save those values automatically. I.E for the yellow line "x = 0 then give value of y" and from the purple line "y = 0 then give value of x". 댓글을 달려면 로그인하십시오.

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Matt J 18 Apr 2021 23:03
편집: Matt J 18 Apr 2021 23:14
xIntercept1=roots(TL1);
xintercept2=roots(TL2);
yIntercept1=polyval(TL1,0);
yIntercept2=polyval(TL2,0);

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