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2020-11-24 00:33:15 +0200 | asked a question | How to define y=constant function to plot Hi! I'm newbe with SageMath and i would like to make an y=constant function to plot but i don't find a way to do it. I can do x=constant functions plot easily: c=1 plot(c, (x,-2,2)) But how can I do y=constant if it is possible!? Thanks! |

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2020-11-21 15:23:38 +0200 | asked a question | solve result contain variable which to solved Hi! I'm newbie with Sage please help me what I'm doing wrong! I do: Why x result contain x itself!? It's not ture for any x. If I set a,l params So result still contain x itself... I'm confused about it. Thanks for help. |

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