2013-11-26 22:57:42 +0200 | commented answer | solve() returns 0 != 0 Thanks for the reply, ppurka. |

2013-11-26 22:57:42 +0200 | commented answer | solve() returns 0 != 0 Thanks for the reply, ppurka. This seems to be a good opportunity to learn Lisp :-) |

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2013-11-26 18:02:08 +0200 | asked a question | solve() returns 0 != 0 Hi, For the code below var('x') eq1 = x == 0 eq2 = x != 0 solve([eq1, eq2], x) I get the solution [[x == 0, 0 != 0]] I was expecting an empty solution because I guess there isn't a solution to my equations. Is there a way to avoid such "impossible solutions" and get an empty solution instead? Thanks |

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