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2022-07-16 20:20:29 +0200 | commented answer | In a system of 5 nonlinear equations with 5 unknowns using the solve command, Sage gives 5 lists of 5 solutions. Is it possible to print only one list with the 5 third solutions? I don't understand what implies and what is the meaning of checking that the result of..dimension() is indeed 0 before a |

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2022-07-16 20:11:04 +0200 | commented answer | In a system of 5 nonlinear equations with 5 unknowns using the solve command, Sage gives 5 lists of 5 solutions. Is it possible to print only one list with the 5 third solutions? Thank you too!! |

2022-07-16 20:03:12 +0200 | commented answer | In a system of 5 nonlinear equations with 5 unknowns using the solve command, Sage gives 5 lists of 5 solutions. Is it possible to print only one list with the 5 third solutions? Thanks a lot!! |

2022-07-16 19:43:38 +0200 | marked best answer | In a system of 5 nonlinear equations with 5 unknowns using the solve command, Sage gives 5 lists of 5 solutions. Is it possible to print only one list with the 5 third solutions? For example: But I only need to print the list of the C solutions. Say: Or something like that. |

2022-07-16 02:30:07 +0200 | marked best answer | Why, in any equation, are repeated solutions given by Sage only once? In the example Where, this equation is also equal to Let's say that, in any equation, repeated solutions are given by Sage only once. Then, how can I, in our example, obtain the following complete solution? |

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2022-07-14 17:49:39 +0200 | commented answer | Why, in any equation, are repeated solutions given by Sage only once? Thanks a lot! |

2022-07-14 00:29:28 +0200 | asked a question | Why, in any equation, are repeated solutions given by Sage only once? Why, in any equation, are repeated solutions given by Sage only once? In the example var('f, q, r, h, i, g, x, y, z') e |

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2022-01-04 02:34:07 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it Of course I tried with "solve([e1, e2, e3, e4. e5], [f, g, h, i, d], solution_dict=True)", but I didn't have any result |

2022-01-04 02:31:57 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it Fortunately, by using a concrete example I achieved for q=2 and r=1 the solution of "solve([e1, e2, e3, e4], [f, g, h, |

2022-01-03 21:47:14 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it Of course I tried with "solve([e1, e2, e3, e4. e5], [f, g, h, i, d], solution_dict=True)", but I didn't have any result |

2022-01-03 21:36:57 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it Of course I tried with "solve([e1, e2, e3, e4. e5], [f, g, h, i, d], solution_dict=True)", but I didn't have any result |

2022-01-03 21:33:37 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it |

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2022-01-03 17:44:49 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it |

2022-01-03 17:40:21 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it |

2022-01-03 17:38:48 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it Of course I tried with "solve([e1, e2, e3, e4. e5], [f, g, h, i, d], solution_dict=True)", but I don't have any result f |

2022-01-01 23:05:40 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it Of course I tried with "solve([e1, e2, e3, e4. e5], [f, g, h, i, d], solution_dict=True)", but I don't have any result f |

2022-01-01 22:30:10 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it Of course I tried with "solve([e1, e2, e3, e4. e5], [f, g, h, i, d], solution_dict=True)", but I don't have any result f |

2022-01-01 22:06:48 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it |

2022-01-01 21:51:13 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it |

2022-01-01 21:45:47 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it Fortunately, by using a concrete example I achieved for q=2 and r=1 the solution of "solve([e1, e2, e3, e4], [f, g, h, |

2022-01-01 21:37:02 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it |

2022-01-01 21:30:37 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it |

2022-01-01 21:29:24 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it |

2022-01-01 20:52:20 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it Fortunately, by using concrete examples I achieved, for q=2 and r=1, the complete solution of "solve([e1, e2, e3, e4], [ |

2022-01-01 20:50:42 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it Fortunately by using concrete examples I achieved, for q=2 and r=1, the complete solution of "solve([e1, e2, e3, e4], [f |

2022-01-01 20:49:08 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it Fortunately by using concrete examples I achieved, for q=2 and r=1, the complete solution of "solve([e1, e2, e3, e4], [f |

2022-01-01 20:47:00 +0200 | commented answer | How to program in Sagemath using the first root of an equation that needs to be entered in the coefficients of another equation to solve it Fortunately by using concrete examples I achieved, for q=2 and r=1, the complete solution of "solve([e1, e2, e3, e4], [f |

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