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2018-07-05 16:17:08 +0200 | commented question | Assumptions and inequalities Thanks. About my first question: Could the reason be that sqrt(3) is not rational? (I have no idea). About my second question: I also tried without assumptions in other ways, like by using solve or solve_ineq. But I have similar problems. Anyway, an alternative procedure that works (that is, an answer to the second question), for me would be considered as a full answer (and very appreciated). |

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2018-07-04 22:33:27 +0200 | asked a question | Assumptions and inequalities Hello all. I have some expressions like For Sage, this is
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