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2018-01-21 00:30:14 +0100 | commented answer | IVP and complex solutions Emmanuel Charpentier: Your idea works great. Thanks!!!!!!! |

2018-01-21 00:29:43 +0100 | answered a question | IVP and complex solutions dan_fulea: Thanks!!! I appreciate your response but I was hoping that Sage would give me the solution without having to do the extra step of raising both sides of the implicit solution to E^(##) and then solving for y(x). Emmanuel Charpentier: Your idea works great. Thanks!!!!!!! |

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2018-01-20 02:50:19 +0100 | asked a question | IVP and complex solutions Returns the following: I get the following result from Mathematica: Why is sage returning a complex solution? I am assuming it has to do with the logs and absolute values when integrating. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks!!! |

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