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## [Axiom-math] Re: About "%%"

**From**: |
Daniel |

**Subject**: |
[Axiom-math] Re: About "%%" |

**Date**: |
Mon, 23 Jan 2006 13:27:36 -0300 |

**User-agent**: |
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William wrote:
>* > When I execute inverseLaplace, it only show the packages loading but*
>* > not what %%A0 is.*
>* I think it is a bug in Axiom not reporting what the temporary symbol*
>* %%A0 is. I figured that out by constructing the differential equation*
>* satisfied by f(t).*
I saw you copied the message to developers list. Did you receive any
answer?
>* Axiom is correct. If you apply the Euler identity you can rewrite the*
>* inverse Laplace transform into the form you have.*
I corroborate it. Thank you for your explication.
>* I believe the coefficient of the sine term in your solution is not*
>* correct and should be half its value or -10.387712479126234.*
Right you are! :-O Thanks!!
Regards,
Daniel
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