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20140629 03:14:29 +0200  marked best answer  How to plot a zoomed part in a matplotlib figure in sage? Hi, I'm trying to zoom one part of my figure in Matplotlib. In the MatplotlibGalery, I found this nice example using mpl_toolkits.axes_grid.inset_locator http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/plo... The result is http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/plo... which is pretty much what I need. Does anybody know how to do this in sage? I didn't manage to use this function in sage. (In fact, I even didn't find it) Thanks! 
20140629 03:12:44 +0200  marked best answer  Prevent sage from simplifying Hi, When I enter a symbolic equation in sage, it always displays it simplified and not as I typed it in. Is there a way to make sage to keep the equation in that form I typed it? Thanks, twk 
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20110520 17:12:23 +0200  commented answer  Solve system of equations with additional conditions in sage Would there be a more fast and simple solution if I could make all variables to integers? Just noticed, that this wouldn't be a big problem for my application. 
20110520 17:07:26 +0200  commented answer  Solve system of equations with additional conditions in sage Hi, thanks for this tricky approach  It calculates now  I'm curious about the results. Doesn't matter too much that it takes a while  I hope I will get some results by tomorrow.. 
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20110519 02:10:39 +0200  commented answer  Solve system of equations with additional conditions in sage Hi, with changing e to d (had been my fault), I get some results that are useful for me. But still, solve does ignore the 'integer' asumption. Is there maybe an option to declare that all variables must be integers? 
20110519 01:07:31 +0200  commented question  Solve system of equations with additional conditions in sage Hi, sorry my mistake  I wrote eq2 = b == k * e where eq2 = b == k * d should stand. Does it make more sense for you this way? Thanks, Tobi 
20110518 18:23:57 +0200  commented answer  Prevent sage from simplifying Hi, sorry for answering so late. It's very hard to type equations this way or am I wrong? This can basically be a solution but I've to to test it. Thanks for this suggestion! 
20110518 18:21:55 +0200  marked best answer  Prevent sage from simplifying Update: The following is now possible, and should work in Sage 4.6, thanks to Burcin: More documentation can be found in each symbolic function, and 
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20110518 17:54:35 +0200  asked a question  Solve system of equations with additional conditions in sage Hi Sage users, I've got a system of equations like the following example:
with n and k must be integers. for the other variables, there are additional conditions like
I want to get all solutions of this system where n and k are integers. Is there a way to find these with sage? Would be great to get any possible hint to do this! Thanks for your suggestions, Tobi 
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20110210 04:36:17 +0200  answered a question  Prevent sage from simplifying Hi, any updates on this topic? I still think, that this is a big disadvantage in symbolic calculations in sage! 
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