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If you put %display latex you do not have to write show(D), simply write D and start a new cell.

Regarding your second question, you can get the value of x in the first (actually the only one) solution of z by typing z[0][x]

If you put %display latex you do not have to write show(D), simply write D and start a new cell.

Regarding your second question, you can do:

SR.var("x") == x1

and it will look like what you want if you have %display latex

Regarding your last question, you can get the value of x in the first (actually the only one) solution of z by typing z[0][x]