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2011-08-29 22:07:46 -0600 | answered a question | Solving a linear equation
Yes!! Yesterday I sat an hour ...and now I have made a spelling error! Thank you Thomas |

2011-08-29 21:58:37 -0600 | marked best answer | Solving a linear equation Your answer is just one of the ones for this. Maxima returns a solve like this when there is a parameter. In this case, one parameter, Or did you intend instead of Actually, I think this is the real issue - typos trip us all up :( |

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2011-08-29 09:12:56 -0600 | asked a question | Solving a linear equation Hello, I have a problem with the solution of a linear equation given by sage. The right solution is What's wrong with my implementation in sage? Thomas By the way: How can I realize the typical pre-formatted "sage:... look" in my postings?? |

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2011-03-26 12:01:24 -0600 | asked a question | How-to: sum Suppose I have defined a function and a list Now I can calculate the product But: If I use the command I will get the message: How can I realize such a summation? |

2011-03-26 11:45:09 -0600 | commented answer | How-to: (Linear ...) regression in Sage Thank you for your answer |

2011-03-26 11:44:35 -0600 | marked best answer | How-to: (Linear ...) regression in Sage It turns out that this has even showed up on Stack Overflow. Luckily, that page refers to the function I had completely forgotten about - So this might work, and looks decent. If you are serious about your needs, though, you should probably use some of the tools in Scipy or R (numerous YouTube videos on this, though for reason I can't watch them right now. |

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