I got a set of ecuations to solve, like this one:

eq[1]:=W[1,0]*(a*HRa[1,0]+b*ga[1,0]+c)=d*SR[1,1]

a,b,c,d are numbers, like 2.0458 and so on.

When I want to solve the set, I need to tell Maple the command solve:

solve( {seq(eq[i],i=1..N)},{variables}); (N is an integer of course)

To set the variables, one must check each equation to write: {W[1,0],HRa[1,0],ga[1,0]...} and so on.

I know that I can use the command **is(variable,assignable) **to check if a variable has not a value assigned already and, according to true/false I can construct the set {variables} and solve the set of equations.

That´s an easy solution if I need to check variables under a certain pattern, like: X[1].X[2],X[3] since I can create a loop and check them one after the other. But my problem is that I have different names for variables or that variables change to assignable from assigned according to other conditions, so I can never be sure if W[1,0] is going to be a variable to compute in all steps instead of SR[1,1].

for example:

if a>3 then

SR[1,1]:=1/2;

else

W[1,0]:=300:

end if;

So, when I need to type solve, the {variables} part is different according to each case. Is there any command that allow me to insert an expression and Maple can return me the variables or parameters in the expression that are not numeric already?

Thanks in advance.