Maple
```I have here a function
"sin(x)/x"

and suppose sin(x)/x = 0
Can I now use MapleAI to retrieve the correct command for this in Maple..could I?

The intersection points with the x-axis are positive and negative multiples of Pi
I have put these in an ordered list, but Maple gives this:
For x domain = -20...20
X := {x = Pi}, {x = 2*Pi}, {x = 3*Pi}, {x = 4*Pi}, {x = 5*Pi}, {x = 6*Pi}, {x = -6*Pi}, {x = -5*Pi}, {x = -4*Pi}, {x = -3*Pi}, {x = -2*Pi}, {x = -Pi};

X := sort(eval~(x, [X]));
X := [Pi, -6 Pi, -5 Pi, -4 Pi, -3 Pi, -2 Pi, -Pi, 2 Pi, 3 Pi, 4 Pi, 5 Pi, 6 Pi]

A strange ranking that Maple comes up with ?

with(NaturalLanguage);
[Explain, GetCommand, GetMath, Query, RawQuery]

GetCommand("give for Maple solve command all options?");
"solve(equations, variables, options);"

Explain("give for Maple solve command all options?");

"Maple is a symbolic and numeric computing environment. Its

"solve" command is used to find solutions (roots) of a given

equation or a system of equations.

There are a number of options (or "parameters") which can be

specified in this command to alter its behavior:

1. `Allsolutions`: This option makes Maple to generate all

possible solutions of an equation.

2. `Real`: This option only provides the real solutions. If

equations do not have real solutions, it will return an

empty set.

3. `Positive`: It only includes positive solutions in the

output.

4. `explicit`: If specified, Maple attempts to isolate roots

and provide an explicit solution for each variable.

5. `assume = real`: This option restrict the solutions to

only real numbers.

6. `parametric`: This option allows Maple to write the

solutions in a parametric form.

7. `avoid ={x = a}`: This option makes solve exclude the

possibility `x = a` as a solution.

8. `MaxDegree = d`: This option allows you to limit the

degree of the polynomial equations to be considered.

9. `maxdepth = d`: This sets a limit on recursive depth to

which the computation should go to seek a solution.

10. `multiplicities`: This option reports multiplicity of the

roots.

11. `solutions = vars`: This option tells Maple to look for

solutions for specific variables.

12. `numeric`: This option makes solve find a numeric

solution to the equation.

13. `symbolic`: This option makes solve find a symbolic

solution to the equation.

14. `simplify`: This option simplifies the solutions returned

by solve.

15. `sqrt`: This option allows square roots in the output.

It is important to note that not all options are suited for

use with all types of equations. Also, the "solve" command

in Maple can be occasionally limited by the complexity of

the equation, and may sometimes fail to find solutions that

more specialized software or methods can find."

```

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