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Re: Transformation Rules via Algebraic Rules


This is in reply to "Transformation Rules via Algebraic Rules" posted 4/13
by ???.  It doesn't completely solve the problem, however.
Type rule1, you'll see x->t^(3/2).  Type rule2, you'll see {x->t^(3/2)},
apparently just rule1 surrounded by braces.  Define rule3={x->t^(3/2)}.
Type rule3, see apparently same as rule2 gave.  But if you request
InputForm of these rules you will see that they are very different; 1 & 3
are just the actual inputs, but rule2 is a complicated thing that makes
reference to an undocumented function AlgebraicRulesData, known to users
only as Protected.

Jim_Wendel at ub.cc.umich.edu.



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