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Problem with solve

Hi, I'm very very new in Sage. I have a problem trying this:

x=var('x')

f=10(1-exp(-0.23(x)))^2

g=20(1-exp(0.23(x-14)))^2-10

I'm want to get the intersection point(s). From Maple, I know there is three, but when I try to solve for x:

solve(f==g,x)

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Sage gives me that [ ]! What does it mean? Thanks in advance

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Problem with solve

Hi, I'm very very new in Sage. I have a problem trying this:

x=var('x')

x=var('x')
f=10*(1-exp(-0.23*(x)))^2
f=10(1-exp(-0.23(x)))^2 g=20(1-exp(0.23(x-14)))^2-10g=20*(1-exp(0.23*(x-14)))^2-10


I'm want to get the intersection point(s). From Maple, I know there is three, but when I try to solve for x:

solve(f==g,x)

solve(f==g,x)
[ ]]


Sage gives me that [ ]! What does it mean? Thanks in advance

Problem with solve

Hi, I'm very very new in Sage. I have a problem trying this:

x=var('x')

f=10*(1-exp(-0.23*(x)))^2

g=20*(1-exp(0.23*(x-14)))^2-10


I'm want to get the intersection point(s). From Maple, I know there is three, but when I try to solve for x:

solve(f==g,x)

[ ]


Sage gives me that [ ]! What does it mean? Thanks in advance