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Aditya Nanda
06/29/12 00:12am

In Response To 'Re: Symbolic Computation'
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Thank you Bill

r is definitely a function of t,x and y. But you have assumed that you know r in terms of y,x and t and using this relationship you have defined 'r'.
How will you create r when you do not know r in terms of x,y and t.

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Symbolic Computation Aditya Nanda 06/27/12 05:08am
Re: Symbolic Computation Bill Simpson 06/27/12 12:11pm
Re: Re: Symbolic Computation Aditya Nanda 06/29/12 00:12am
Re: Re: Re: Symbolic Computation Michael 07/05/12 10:55am
Re: Re: Re: Re: Symbolic Computation Aditya Nanda 07/08/12 08:43am
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