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2010-12-31 12:03:50 -0600 | commented answer | Numerical approximation of symbolic equation Thank you for all the hard work. This definitely looks promising. I will experiment with it to see how it goes. It seems to me that if this sort of thing was implemented generally it would make sage a *much* more attractive package. |

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2010-12-30 11:51:37 -0600 | asked a question | Numerical approximation of symbolic equation What I would like to do is the following: At this point, I type 'a.' and tab and in the popup list of functions I find numerical_approx. So I type in: Okay, it would appear that adding the units to theta turns it into a symbolic variable which turns my expression a into a symbolic expression. But what I would like to do is enter my angle theta in either degrees or radians and get a numerical approximation of the answer based on the units of the input. Is there a clean way to do this? |

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