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2013-09-28 02:10:14 -0500 | asked a question | function division I plotted the 2 following equations:
(2 And they both displayed the same output:
I tried to do, (2 How can I get 2*x to be displayed as the output? |

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2013-09-15 05:29:57 -0500 | asked a question | Decimal to fraction? I did .1/8, and the output was 0.0125000000. Is there a way to get it to display as 1/80. |

2013-09-07 03:37:33 -0500 | asked a question | Plot a polar curve given the radius? Essentially, a question reads: Graph the polar curve r = 4cos(2?), where ? is a radian angle. The graph of the curve looks like a 4 leafed clover. The following function, r=3cos(?), looks like a circle centered at (3/2, 0). |

2013-09-03 07:16:08 -0500 | asked a question | Take a screenshot, and transfer it to a windows partition/drive path? I currently run Sage math 5.9 through, VirtualBox Fedora linux virtual machine, on Microsoft Windows 7. I performed the following calculations. As you may see, I did show(eq1i), to display the integral result in a more readable format. I'd like to to take a screenshot of my results in Sage, so then I can use an image editing program in Windows, such as MS Paint or Adobe Photoshop, and crop out the result of show(eq1i), result. |

2013-09-01 04:16:45 -0500 | asked a question | The plot of x=ln(y) looks just like y=ln(x) According to the author, x=ln(y) should go through y=1, not x=1, making the plot look similar to a half U on the positive side of the x-axis, instead of a half C, on the the positive side of the y-axis. |

2013-08-29 13:32:34 -0500 | commented answer | Plot a circle, by utilizing an equation solved for x Awesome, thanks. |

2013-08-28 17:40:07 -0500 | asked a question | Plot a circle, by utilizing an equation solved for x The following code is an example of plotting the equation: x = y^2-3 According to the author, he solved the following equation in terms of x: x^2+y^2 = 25 He got the following: x = sqrt(25 - y^25) and x = -sqrt(25-y^2), i.e. ± sqrt(25 - y^25). According to him, he plotted the 2 separate results to obtain a circle plot/graph. How can I generate such an output on Sage 5.9? The following was my best attempt, but I received no output for the plot of: sqrt(25-y^2): |

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2013-07-29 13:19:45 -0500 | asked a question | Display x-intercept of a plot, involving x raised to the 3rd power. The following is my syntax to generate the plot: Now to try and generate where on the x-axis the the plot crossed, 1.255 according to the author, I tried to get sage to solve for x, but it generated irrelevant answers: I tried substituting the value that didn't include imaginary into the original equation: x^3 + 4*x - 7, I got 1.333 x 10^-15, which is totally different from the author's. The original question was: given f(x) = x^3 + 4*x - 2, one needs to evaluate f^-1(-5). |

2013-07-28 11:31:46 -0500 | edited question | Implicit differentiation displays extraneous x variable. The problem is, given When I enter the following syntax, there is an extraneous character, (x), displayed: Is it possible to display the answer without showing (x)? |

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