1 | initial version |

Or you can set the solution_dict to True:

```
sage: solve(qe, x, solution_dict=True)
[{x: 379}, {x: 239}]
sage: solve(qe, x, solution_dict=True)[0][x]
379
sage: solve(qe, x, solution_dict=True)[1][x]
239
```

Vincent

2 | No.2 Revision |

Or you can set the solution_dict to True:

```
sage: solve(qe, x, solution_dict=True)
[{x: 379}, {x: 239}]
sage: solve(qe, x, solution_dict=True)[0][x]
379
sage: solve(qe, x, solution_dict=True)[1][x]
239
```

EDIT: as mentioned in comments, the output are **not** integers but element of the symbolic ring. In order to get integers the fastest is

```
sage: a = solve(qe, x, solution_dict=True)[0][x]
sage: a.pyobject()
379
```

Vincent

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