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comment Mathematica: Solve function problem
@Simon Is there a way to use that functions described in that link? I have downloaded that file and tried evaluate that functions but my Mathematica doesn't recognize them.
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comment Mathematica: Solve function problem
@J. M. What do you mean by "reluctance to help Mathematica give you what you want"? And what is not that smart? I didn't get it. I want independent from human solution, so that you don't need to copy past something.
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comment Mathematica: Solve function problem
So you mean that I have to use mouse and copy past expressions by myself? You just want to say that my problem can't be solved in Mathematica? By the way I checked the Maxima system, the same problem there.
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comment Mathematica: Solve function problem
How can I split them in Mathematica?
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comment Mathematica: Solve function problem
I have updated the answer, please look at the EDIT1 and EDIT2.
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comment Mathematica: Solve function problem
I didn't define them as something. They are also not fixed values. I just entered them as you see above, in the form x[i], y[i]. As indexed variables
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comment Representation of this function using a single formula without conditions
Sorry, my mistake, will edit it now. $G = G(x)$
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