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Re: Exact roots of transcedental functions

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  • Subject: [mg84435] Re: Exact roots of transcedental functions
  • From: "Frank Kampas" <fkampas at>
  • Date: Mon, 24 Dec 2007 04:45:47 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <fjbcgn$4nl$>

At the conference we were told this feature will be in version 6.1, which is 
expected around next Spring, as I remember.

"Ted Ersek" <ted.ersek at> wrote in message 
news:fjbcgn$4nl$1 at
> Exact roots of transcedental functionsThe notebook at
> Talks about how the first argument of Root[_,_] can be a pure
> transcendental function, not just a polynomial.
> It sounds like this is a new feature in Mathematica 6, but I can't find
> any mention of such a feature in the documentation.
> Is this capability in Mathematica 6, or in some version to come out in
> the future? I can't see for myself because I don't have Mathematica 6.
> Thanks,
>   Ted Ersek

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