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Topic: Maxima full evaluation
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Mate

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Re: Maxima full evaluation
Posted: Apr 2, 2012 11:26 AM
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On Mar 30, 6:31 pm, Mate <mmat...@personal.ro> wrote:
> Does Maxima provide a method to full evaluate an expression?
> I.e. if
>
> a1:a2; a2:a3; ... a9:a10;
>
> how can be a1 evaluated to a10?
> Is
> a1, eval,eval,...
> the only solution?
>
> Thank you,
> Mate



Ok, I found it; for those interested it is:

ev(a1,infeval);

or simply,

a1,infeval;


Mate



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