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- inverse laplace transforms of shifts
- How can I Integrate the dirac_delta and heaviside functions in sage?
- a problem with variables in real domains

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- How to return a list from a recursive function?
- Simplify trig expressions with the double angle formula
- General power of a matrix?
- Error on %display latex
- Access notebook filename from jupyter with sagemath kernel
- sympy.physics.quantum Bra and Ket: orthonormal basis
- Can sage do symbolic optimization?
- If Comprehension in list
- How do I get solve () to use floats?
- a problem with variables in real domains
- Symbolic diagonalization, matrix differentiation and the wedge product
- How to make a symbolic function of a matrix ?

- How to return a list from a recursive function?
- Simplify trig expressions with the double angle formula
- General power of a matrix?
- Error on %display latex
- How to put fractions in legends?
- How to find inverse laplace transform
- How to make a function of 'fname' that produce a file named 'fname'
- How to make a symbolic function of a matrix ?
- Access notebook filename from jupyter with sagemath kernel
- sympy.physics.quantum Bra and Ket: orthonormal basis
- How can I Integrate the dirac_delta and heaviside functions in sage?
- Why doesn't Sage do obvious simplifications?
- How to increase precision of numeric integraion?
- Using matrix for algebraic operation with its elements
- Supposedly real function returning a complex result
- Can sage do symbolic optimization?
- If Comprehension in list
- Symbolic diagonalization, matrix differentiation and the wedge product
- Argand diagram plot
- Should I / how should I make an optional sage package?
- collect variables buried in an expression
- a problem with variables in real domains
- How do I get solve () to use floats?
- condition number of a matrix
- Trouble with an integral

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- How to recursively factor a symbolic expression?
- Factoring expression involving exponentials
- Simplifying symbolic characteristic polynomial
- problem installing sage on mac os x 10.11.5
- Substitution of several variables
- Polygen and polygens
- Transparency option in streamline plot

- Transparency option in streamline plot
- Simplifying symbolic characteristic polynomial
- Polygen and polygens
- Substitution of several variables
- problem installing sage on mac os x 10.11.5

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- Multivariate symbolics
- Simplifying symbolic characteristic polynomial
- Factoring expression involving exponentials
- problem installing sage on mac os x 10.11.5
- Substitution of several variables
- Computing polyhedron from MIP
- Polygen and polygens
- Transparency option in streamline plot
- How to recursively factor a symbolic expression?

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