Hi there,

Recently, I encountered a problem. I have a function( omega as its variable) (18)

gamma*sqrt(4)*sqrt(omega^2*C2^2*R4^2/(C2^4*R4^4*beta^2*gamma^2*omega^4+C2^2*(1+gamma^2*(beta+1)^2-2*gamma)*R4^2*omega^2+1))

I tried to find a point where its first derivative equals 0. In this case, Maple returned four solutions. In my

question, **both beta, gamma, R4 and C2 >0**， I want it to return a real positive solution, the first term

in (19) (i.e. **1/(sqrt(beta *gamma) *1/R4 C2**).

I know it is easy to find out the positive real roots in this case. This question seems to make no sense.

However, sometime I came across an expression complicated enough that I cannot tell whether it is real

positive.

**Is there a approach to find a real positive solution of an symbolic eqution?**

Thanks in advance!

A University student in BeiHang University, Beijing