2019-12-05 23:50:40 +0100 | asked a question | Equation in complex numbers I need to solve the following equation. Sage says I'd like to get solutions in polar form, something like Or I'd like to get the absolute values and arguments of the solutions. Is it possible in Sage? |

2019-01-25 20:03:29 +0100 | commented answer | Binary relations I accepted your answer to this question, but I cannot believe something studied in every first year Discrete Math course is not a part of Sage. |

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2019-01-17 13:24:56 +0100 | asked a question | Binary relations Are finite binary relations as subsets of Cartesian product implemented in Sage? I am interested in taking set-theoretic operations, finding composition and inverse, checking properties such as reflexivity and antisymmetry. I found a report here, but I am not sure if it made its way into version 8.5. If so, is there documentation and examples? By doing |

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2019-01-09 21:04:40 +0100 | commented answer | How to format posts on this forum? Thanks. Is there a way to see how other people typed their posts? For now at least I don't have the "edit" button under your post, for example. |

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2019-01-08 23:05:49 +0100 | asked a question | Quadratic equation with complex coefficients How can I solve I get |

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