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02-24-2018
01:08 PM

02-24-2018
01:08 PM

Solve, fully

how to solve correctly?

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02-24-2018
02:00 PM

02-24-2018
02:00 PM

Re: Solve, fully

I think it's a Mupad problem (or goes wrong between Mathcad and Mupad).

I was going to say: Use Mathcad 11 (with Maple) rather than 15 (with MuPad).

You can get it, sort of, to display the periodic solutions. But it still gives you only part of the full solution. Notice how the second and third solutions coincide due to the minus sign before the 3/4...

Success!

Luc

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02-25-2018
04:25 AM

02-25-2018
04:25 AM

Re: Solve, fully

Hi,

with MC 15 it is valid for k not defined integer

i

In fact if I defin k integer the result is wrong,

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02-24-2018
03:24 PM

02-24-2018
03:24 PM

Re: Solve, fully

Prime

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02-24-2018
03:37 PM

02-24-2018
03:37 PM

Re: Solve, fully

Здесь проблема не в графике, а в символьном решении. В Mathcad Prime результат такой же.

Here the problem is not in the graph, but in the symbolic solution. In Mathcad Prime the result is the same