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Putting argument for function

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  • Subject: [mg8049] Putting argument for function
  • From: "N. Kinoshita" <nk204 at>
  • Date: Mon, 4 Aug 1997 01:47:33 -0400
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I have a function, eg.,

(1)  z=a*x+b*y

a, b are constants.
x, y and z are variables.

I then want to define all the variables as functions of time.

(2) z[t]=a*x[t]+b*y[t]

Can I do this without rewritting the entire equation?

Noriaki Kinoshita
University of Cambridge
Email:nk204 at

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