In article <email@example.com>, lawrence froopthoid <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Gottfried Helms <email@example.com> wrote: > [snip] > > I was not able to write it down in explicite form for y; but > > possibly someone with a CAS is able to do that. > > In the meantime I searched with brute force for solutions > > in x and y for the term to be zero. The plotted result was an astonishing > > example of math-of-objects (an early OOM?). > [snip] > > > anyone care to post a gif or jpg of the plot somewhere on the web?
I should have thought that "math-of-objects" was more like MOO that OOM.
And a backwards version of anything proposed by JSH (or HSJ) is more likely to be true than the forward version.