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2017-06-19 11:57:13 +0100 | commented answer | using sage solve for more than 4 variables thanks, I defined them as a tuple. |

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2017-06-19 11:17:10 +0100 | asked a question | using sage solve for more than 4 variables I just tried to sovle a 82 queation with 82 varibles, and got the following error: TypeError: solve() takes at most 5 positional arguments (82 given) I assume that i'm not using it right. I would like an help. Thanks. |

2017-06-19 11:17:10 +0100 | asked a question | Can I define a symbolic equation where the variables are concatenating? Hi, Can I define a symbolic equation with variable concatenating? For example: let $x \in \mathbb{F}_2$ How can I define the following equation: $11111x1111 = 2*x + 2$ where the x is a digit in the left number. (The obvious way is by taking the binary exression of that number i.e $\Sigma_{i=0}^{i=n}2^ib_i$) |

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