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What do thease #'s mean in W/A?


alan2here
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W/A is built upon the Mathematica language, in which # denotes the slot symbol (a placeholder if you will). From the way I interpret the syntax (which is almost certainly going to be incorrect), the # should be replaced by a one (because of the &, 1 at the end). However, that would make no sense at all, so your guess is as good as mine. I do remember having similar output from the root function in Maple, and somehow managing to expand it into something meaningful, but I still have no clue as to what it actually means.

 

Another page you might find useful is the documentation for Root.

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