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2016-09-21 07:17:57 -0600 | asked a question | declare a variable as *not* an integer for solve I am trying to solve symbolically a simple equation for x: I am declaring these variables and assumptions: Yet when I run the solve, I obtain the following error:
Apparently, maxima is asking whether K is an integer? But I explicitly declared it 'real'! How can I spell out to maxima that it should not assume that K is an integer? Thanks |

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