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## thank you...

@Matt C Anderson good fun

## thank you...

@Rouben Rostamian  Thank you very much.  Your code worked successfully for me.  I appreciate your expertise.

## @Kitonum Thank you (belated) for th...

@Kitonum Thank you (belated) for this fine bit of code.

## @acer You are correct.  n^2+n+...

@acer You are correct.  n^2+n+17 is a perfect fit.  I asked an easy question.

## This may require an exotic function.&nbs...

This may require an exotic function.  Maybe an exponential where the independant variable is not linear.

## thank you...

@Carl Love Thank you Carl.  As usual, your answer was helpful.

## good job...

This is a great animation.  Well done.  I like the rocket shape and the stars.

## @Carl Love Thank you very much.&nbs...

@Carl Love Thank you very much.  That works. again    Good on you.

## @vv I appreciate your contribution ...

@vv I appreciate your contribution and thank you.

## @John Fredsted That was a good cont...

@John Fredsted That was a good contribution.  Thank you.

## @Kitonum Thank you for your message...

@Kitonum Thank you for your message and Maple code.

## thanks...

@Carl Love Thank you for your reply.

You are very helpful to me.

Also thank you to the others who have contributed to this.

Regards,

Matt

## Very nice post...

Thank you for your efforts.  Good stuff.

## big thanks...

Thank you Carl Love,

I really appreciate it.

I used your line of code, and I got a whole list of good data.  I learned that

If f(y) = y^2+y+19 then f(z^2+2*z+19) factors algebraically as (z^2+z+19)*(z^2+3*z+41).

For me, this is great.  It goes along with the other work I did about  y^2+y+41.

Regards,

Matt

## Nice...

Daniel,

You made a very nice demonstration of Maple commands.  The pictures are pretty.

Regards,

Matt

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