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## [Axiom-developer] [#102 solve(sinh(z)=cosh(z), z) ]

**From**: |
kratt6 |

**Subject**: |
[Axiom-developer] [#102 solve(sinh(z)=cosh(z), z) ] |

**Date**: |
Tue, 18 Oct 2005 03:53:32 -0500 |

Changes http://page.axiom-developer.org/zope/mathaction/102SolveSinhZCoshZZ/diff
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What it does is easily explained: '"foo"/l' maps the function 'foo' over the
list 'l'. However, it appears that it doesn't use reduce but rather some lisp
primitive. It is hard to trace, since it doesn't work in the interpreter. I
suppose that it is some leftover of the elder days of 'spad'. In any case, when
you 'grep' the 'algebra' directory, there doesn't appear to be a three argument
form of this construct, so I propose to (gradually) replace it by 'reduce'
everywhere.
Martin
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forwarded from http://page.axiom-developer.org/zope/mathaction/address@hidden

**[Axiom-developer] [#102 solve(sinh(z)=cosh(z), z) ]**, *Bill Page*, `2005/10/17`
**[Axiom-developer] [#102 solve(sinh(z)=cosh(z), z) ]**,
*kratt6* **<=**
**[Axiom-developer] [#102 solve(sinh(z)=cosh(z), z) ]**, *kratt6*, `2005/10/18`
**[Axiom-developer] [#102 solve(sinh(z)=cosh(z), z) ]**, *kratt6*, `2005/10/19`
**[Axiom-developer] [#102 solve(sinh(z)=cosh(z), z) ]**, *kratt6*, `2005/10/19`