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  • Subject: [mg55677] Re: [mg55673] transpose
  • From: Chris Chiasson <chris.chiasson at>
  • Date: Sun, 3 Apr 2005 05:50:47 -0400 (EDT)
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  • Reply-to: Chris Chiasson <chris.chiasson at>
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On a related note, since you have already found the MathGroup, there
is a great resource you should mine: MathGroup archives

You can search Wolfram's archive on the page you probably used to sign
up for this list:

You can access Google's archive of the group (from 1994 onward) here:

Both searches usually obtain different results.

You should be able to find the appropriate command syntax for most
things you are trying to do just by searching.

If you can't find what you are looking for in the MathGroup, you could
try the student forums. There are quite a few
basic questions in there... such as mine:

Anyway, good luck.

On Apr 2, 2005 1:28 AM, Paul <p3aul1 at> wrote:
> I am a newbie with a simple question.
> I have an equation: i = e/r I want to solve the equation for r or e(it
> doesn't matter which), symbolicaly. I know this is a difficult equation
> ;), but by starting simply I can figure out others.
> Thanks,
> Paul

Chris Chiasson
Kettering University
Mechanical Engineering
Graduate Student
1 810 265 3161

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