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Re: Interpreting the solutions
Geia hara! Kapoies Symvoules! Try to avoid the use of greek characters when you make posts in this forum. Also I strongly suggest you reposting again your polynomials; I am quite sure that no one will replace the weird characters appeared instead of the greek letters by himself. It is your job. Note also that before posting your Mathematica code, convert everything (both the inputs and outputs) to InputForm. You can do this by simply selecting the cells and press Shift+Ctrl+I. In the Copy/Paste procedure choose also the Copy As Plain Text option. Filika, Dimitris Anagnostou Research Associate Departement of Strength of Materials School of Applied Mathematics and Physics National University of Athens Greece =CF/=C7 Apostolos E. A. S. Evangelopoulos =DD=E3=F1=E1=F8=E5: > Note for the first polynomial: > > The weird character just before the == sign is a capital Greek letter= Kappa, used instead of the English K, which is reserved by Mathematica.