baszenski

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I forgot the evalb(...) in my previous post. When the solution is a finite sequence of values: 1.) An equation with two solutions: \maple*{evalb(\{solve(24-18*exp(-2*x)+3*exp(-4*x)=0)\} = \{$RESPONSE\})} 2.) An inequality where the solution is the union of two intervals \maple*{evalb(\{solve(1/(2*x-4) <= 1/(3*x+9))\} = \{$RESPONSE\})}
I forgot the evalb(...) in my previous post. When the solution is a finite sequence of values: 1.) An equation with two solutions: \maple*{evalb(\{solve(24-18*exp(-2*x)+3*exp(-4*x)=0)\} = \{$RESPONSE\})} 2.) An inequality where the solution is the union of two intervals \maple*{evalb(\{solve(1/(2*x-4) <= 1/(3*x+9))\} = \{$RESPONSE\})}
When the solution is a finite sequence of values: 1.) An equation with two solutions: \maple*{\{solve(24-18*exp(-2*x)+3*exp(-4*x)=0)\} = \{$RESPONSE\}} 2.) An inequality where the solution is the union of two intervals \maple*{\{solve(1/(2*x-4) <= 1/(3*x+9))\} = \{$RESPONSE\}}
When the solution is a finite sequence of values: 1.) An equation with two solutions: \maple*{\{solve(24-18*exp(-2*x)+3*exp(-4*x)=0)\} = \{$RESPONSE\}} 2.) An inequality where the solution is the union of two intervals \maple*{\{solve(1/(2*x-4) <= 1/(3*x+9))\} = \{$RESPONSE\}}
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