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2012-02-03 17:21:13 +0100 | asked a question | join lists? Hello! Is there a way to join two lists? For example, v=[1,2,3]; w=[4,5,6]; how can I obtain the list z=[1,2,3,4,5,6]? Thank you very much, Francesco |

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2011-12-12 05:21:08 +0100 | asked a question | Numerical solution of a system of non linear equations Hi everybody! I would like to know whether there exists a simple way to solve in a numerical way a system of non linear equations (the system cannot be solved analytically). In particular, the system (in the variables a,b) I'd like to solve is the following: -2 4 Thanks in advanced, Francesco |

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