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*Subject*: [mg14642] Re: Abs and derivative problems
*From*: "sylvan" <scd at gopher.chem.wayne.edu>
*Date*: Wed, 4 Nov 1998 13:47:11 -0500
*Organization*: Wayne State University
*References*: <01be0775$8442f020$6a1ad98d@nanolab>
*Sender*: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
update on my problem:
Abs does not work on non-numerical stuff. I found a package called
AbsArg in MathSource that does symbolic. Problem: the required
NonNegativeQ package is missing. I trying to modify the earlier, but if
anybody has a shortcut...
> I could not calculate the modulus of a complex expression containing
> imaginary parts in both denominator and numerator with Mathematica. An
> Example:
>
> (a + I b) / (c + I d)
>
> a,b,c,d (real) symbolic variables.
>
> In pratice, this should be absolutely trivial. ComplexExpand is not
> effective.
> How do you "tell" mathematica that your variables are real ??
> I included an example below (cell format, you can cut and paste).
>
> Also, replacement rules like //. z[t_] -> t^2 do not work well on
> expressions like z'[t] + b z[t]. the result is z'[t] + b t^2... I
could
> not force it to Evaluate z'[t] or D[z[t], t].
>
> Could you help ?? I am sure there is a non-intuitive solution to that.
>
> Cell[OutputFormData["\<\
> Abs[(b0*\\[CapitalDelta]z*
> (Es - I*\\[Eta]*\\[Omega]))/
> (-I*m*\\[Gamma]*\\[Omega] +
> m*\\[Omega] +
> b0*(Es - I*\\[Eta]*\\[Omega]) -
> m*\\[Omega]^2)]\
> \>", "\<\
> Abs[(b0 \[CapitalDelta]z (Es - I \[Eta] \[Omega])) /
> 2
> (-I m \[Gamma] \[Omega] + m \[Omega] + b0 (Es - I \[Eta] \[Omega]) -
> 2
> m \[Omega]0 )]\
> \>"], "Output",
> CellLabel->"Out[110]//TextForm=",
> LineSpacing->{1, 0}]
>
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