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MathsIsFun
2005-05-11 15:36:50

Kenny Felder might know, he knows lots about the 83 and 84, and so might be able to help you.

Visit http://www.ncsu.edu/felder-public/kenny/papers/ti.html, and his email address is at the bottom.

irefay
2005-05-11 13:11:02

Anyone familure with it?
I would like to use it for finding the general solution of equations.

cos(x)-1=-cos(x)

On the calc I get x=(6*@n154+1)Pi  or x= (6*@n154-1)Pi
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I know that the 154 part increses everytime I do another problem like this.

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