Author: Maple Group
Posted: 20/10/2000 19:59:22 GDT
>> From: Maple Group
>> From: "Paula R. Klink"
| I am a relatively new user of maple. I am trying to solve an equation of
| the form y=(a*c)/(a+b). I would like to solve for another variable x which
| is equal to a/(a+b). When I use
| algsubs(a/(a+b)=x, y);
| I receive an error stating: Error, (in algsubs) cannot compute degree of a
| pattern in a. Does anyone have suggestions for me?
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