Re: Desciphering Solve[] output.

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• Subject: [mg39783] Re: [mg39763] Desciphering Solve[] output.
• From: BobHanlon at aol.com
• Date: Fri, 7 Mar 2003 03:31:28 -0500 (EST)
• Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

```In a message dated 3/6/03 3:47:16 AM, rhaldimann at hotmail.com writes:

> Solve posts some funny parameters when i solve a set of 6 simultaneous eqns.
> eg.
>
> x1 == 1.*(X - 1.*Bx*Cos(\[Psi]) + Bz*Cos(\[Psi])*Cot(B)*Sec(A) -
>         1.*UFly*Cos(A)*
>           Sin(B) + (1.*Bz*m1*Cos(B)*Cos(\[Psi]))/(1.*Cos(A)*Cos(B) -
>               1.*m1*Cos(A)*Sin(B)) + (1.*Bx*Cos(A)*Cos(B)*
>               Cos(\[Psi]))/(1.*Cos(A)*Cos(B) - 1.*m1*Cos(A)*Sin(B)) +
> (1.*b1*
>               Cos(A)*Sin(B))/(1.*Cos(A)*Cos(B) - 1.*m1*Cos(A)*Sin(B)) +
> (1.*....
>
> what does the 1. mean????? I also occasionally get a 0.
>
Rounding for output display

In[1]:=

1.00000000001*x

Out[1]=

1. x

Bob Hanlon

```

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