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2013-03-10 09:56:09 +0200 | asked a question | Trigonometric Equation Solving: Not Terminating ## The BackgroundI want to write a script which is able to do the following: **INPUT:**- A list of triangle items. These items are considered as given.`x` **INPUT:**- A list of triangle items. We want to know the abstract formulas of these items.`y` **OUTPUT:**- A list of formulas to calculate the items from`z` `y`
For example: **INPUT:**-`x` `[alpha, beta]` (considered as given)**INPUT:**-`y` `[gamma]` (we want to know the formula of`gamma` )**OUTPUT:**-`z` `[gamma == pi - alpha - beta]`
I want to do that using ## My Problem:This is a simplified script. It is just able to output formulas for This script is working correctly and outputs: I wanted to extend ## My Question:- Why doesn't
`solve()` terminate when I uncomment the`#` lines? - How can I get
`sage` to terminate? Or: How can I work around this problem?
Thanks - if anything's unclear, please leave a comment concerning that. |

2013-03-05 15:13:57 +0200 | commented question | Internal Python: `No module named all` @ppurka I added some information concerning my working environment to my question. I hope this helps to solve my question. |

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2013-03-05 15:05:29 +0200 | commented question | Internal Python: `No module named all` @ppurka If I heard your question right: I don't run `/path/to.sage` using `./to.sage` - I tried to run the script using the commands described in the section "My Situation". |

2013-03-05 14:43:39 +0200 | asked a question | Internal Python: `No module named all` ## Please NoteThis is not a duplicate because the other people who've got that error message all were using an external python installation instead of ## My SituationI'm `sage /path/to.sage` (preprocessed)`sage /path/to.spyx` `sage /path/to.py` `sage -python /path/to.py`
But I'm able to run correctly `sage $ load 'file'`
## The TracebackWhen The statement that there's no When ## The Source ## The EnvironmentMy system setup: My environment variables: ## The QuestionHow can I get Thanks - if anything's unclear concerning my question, please leave a comment. |

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