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Offline Jean Giraud  
#81 Posted : 22 December 2017 19:34:01(UTC)
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#82 Posted : 23 December 2017 09:19:17(UTC)
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Hello.

Thank you Jean Giraud for the indications of solving the second degree polynomial equation. But the issue that bothers me is that of variable assignment: "the first solution" & "the second solution". So how do this assignment in SMath?

All the best.

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#83 Posted : 23 December 2017 11:58:33(UTC)
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You can only without spaces in the variable name

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#84 Posted : 23 December 2017 12:12:36(UTC)
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Greetings.

Thank you, Davide.

Relative to post # 81. I'm sorry Jean Giraud, but I did not find the functions "coeffs" and "maple" defined in the "Insert - Function" menu. I have installed SMath Studio 0.98.6484 portable version. I searched for updates that do not exist. I'm waiting for explanations, or guidelines for defining these functions in user mode.

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#85 Posted : 23 December 2017 12:36:26(UTC)
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Relative to post # 81. I'm sorry Jean Giraud, but I did not find the functions "coeffs" and "maple" defined in the "Insert - Function" menu. I have installed SMath Studio 0.98.6484 portable version. I searched for updates that do not exist. I'm waiting for explanations, or guidelines for defining these functions in user mode.

Regards

Many functions/regions are available through third-party plugins, not provided within the installer; these are available in the extensions manager, under Tools > Plugins... > [Local Storage > Online Gallery]

Usually you can find documentation about them in this section of the forum (Extensions) or in the interactive book of Martin Kraska (again in the extensions manager, interactive books section); function maple is from the maple plugin
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Offline Jean Giraud  
#86 Posted : 23 December 2017 16:12:51(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: ola_nicolas Go to Quoted Post
but I did not find the functions "coeffs" and "maple" defined in the "Insert - Function" menu. I have installed SMath Studio 0.98.6484 portable version. I searched for updates that do not exist. I'm waiting for explanations, or guidelines for defining these functions in user mode.

1. Freeware Smath is not the distribution of $ 4000 Maple. Type the example as is.
2. If 0.98.6484 portable accesses or NOT Maple ? Martin will answer on that

Jean

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Offline ola_nicolas  
#87 Posted : 23 December 2017 20:13:05(UTC)
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Greetings.

I thank you both for all the valuable information. I downloaded all the plugins, examples and user manuals that I was interested in. I hope that based on these, the unknowns about SMath will be fewer and fewer.

All the best.
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