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Simple algebra in a differential equation.

I have the differential equation: $$\frac{dy}{dx}=\sin (x-y).$$ Substituting $v=x-y$ and $dy=dx-dv$, I got down to the equation:$$\frac{dv}{1-\sin(v)}=dx.$$ Multiplying the LHS by $\dfrac{1+\sin ...
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Solving a nonlinear equation for one of variables with the help of a computer algebra system

Are there any solutions out there that can take a wide variety of equations with variables, like the one below, and transpose or isolate variables to other sides of the equation automatically? For ...
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Best graphing program for Mac or PC?

I just bought the highest end iMac, with a student discount, of course, and was wondering what is the best graphing program out there. A program that can graph any equation that I throw at it AND one ...
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solving a matrix equation $X-I=a \cdot (X\cdot U^T + U \cdot X)$

I am trying to solve the $n \times n$ diagonal matrix $X$ in the following equation: $$X-I=a \cdot (X\cdot U^T + U \cdot X)$$ where $0<a<1$ is a given scalar, $U$ is a $n \times n$ given ...
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Why is $\operatorname{res}(fg,h)=\operatorname{res}(f,h)\cdot\operatorname{res}(g,h)$, where $\operatorname{res}$ stand for resultant?

I'm learning Computer Algebra and met an exercise asking me to prove that $$ \operatorname{res}(fg,h)=\operatorname{res}(f,h)\cdot\operatorname{res}(g,h) $$ where $f(x)$, $g(x)$ and $h(x)$ are ...