troubleshooting Question

Radio button results to sqlserver

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Hi I am attempting to submit the values of my radiobuttons to my sqlserver database. I have been able to submit all other text fields so I know the connection and insert is working properly, I commented the radio buttons out so the form would work correctly, which it does, but with the radio buttons in I keep receiving the undefined index answer. Any suggestions on what I am doing wrong?

(in the form page)
 <!-- <input type="radio" name="startup"
<?php if (isset($startup) && $startup=="startup") echo "";?>

<input type="radio" name="pitstop"
<?php if (isset($pitstop) && $pitstop=="pitstop") echo "";?>
  <input type="radio" name="multifab"
<?php if (isset($multifab) && $multifab=="multifab") echo "";?>
value="multifab">multifab -->
(seperate insert page. I tried to define them this way since it worked in a previous form with drop down boxes results.)
      $stmt = sqlsrv_query( $conn, $sql, $params);
      if( $stmt === false ) {
             die( print_r( sqlsrv_errors(), true));
            echo "Record add successfully";

      if(isset($_POST['Submit']) )

  $varpitstop = $_POST['pitstop'];
  $varmultipfab = $_POST['multifab'];
  $varstartup = $_POST['startup'];
  $errorMessage = "";
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