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2015-04-16 02:43:38 -0600 | commented question | Plotting issue, number of arguments error Thanks calc314 and sorry for the slow response. Yep. Sagecell worked well. Soon as I deleted the brackets in "Area" it worked fine in other environments too. Not sure why they were there in the first place. |

2015-04-02 12:19:22 -0600 | asked a question | Plotting issue, number of arguments error Hey all, I have a question that's probably been asked before (tough I couldn't find it here) I'm trying to plot these two functions of d. Area is a function of d and some other functions of d. I could swear I had this code working a few months ago but now I get the error: Does anyone have any ideas what this could be? (Using sageNB and 6.4.1) |

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2013-03-10 15:39:34 -0600 | asked a question | Integral help cos and exp I'm sure this integral has been seen before. I'm trying to do a convolution for optics homework. No answer returns thanks for any help! |

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2013-02-23 18:59:12 -0600 | asked a question | integral interpretation I found an integral which sage doesn't much seem to like: var('R, t')
integral(((1/(R But the two i's should just multiply out and the two R's simplify to 1. And what's 'E'? I realize the integral is divergent, and the indefinite serves my purposes, but I'm not quite sure what Also, if anyone could point me to a thread on how to attach those nifty screenshot-like html images of a sage session (like those used in error reports, i have no idea what the right word is) into a text box like this, that would be be appreciated. Still new to computing. |

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