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David
01/27/12 6:10pm

I want to simplify an expression assuming that all variables are of positive value. Instead of typing FullSimplify[ expr, Assumptions -> {a>0, b>0, c>0,.....} ] I would like to be able to type FullSimplify[ expr, Positives ].

Problem is, there is a domain for Reals, Integers, Complexes, etc. but not for Positives. How can I define such a domain?

In addition, would it be possible to define more complicated domains to use in Simplify and FullSimplify such as x^2 + y^2 >= 4 && x > y && u != 0?

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Creating Domain objects David 01/27/12 6:10pm
Re: Creating Domain objects Nasser M. Ab... 01/29/12 00:20am
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