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Nary

5.1 nary========

An `nary` operator is used to denote a function of any number ofarguments, each of which is separated by an occurrence of the operator,e.g. A+B or A+B+C. The `nary("x")` function is a syntax extensionfunction to declare `x` to be an `nary` operator. Functions may bedeclared to be `nary`. If `declare(j,nary);` is done, this tells thesimplifier to simplify, e.g. `j(j(a,b),j(c,d))` to `j(a, b, c, d)`.

See also `Syntax`.

There are also some inexact matches for `nary`. Try `?? nary` to see them.

```(%o1)                                true
(%i2) ```

Related Examples

nary

nary:5*1*4*2=1812552;

4*6*1*3=3112976;

Calculate

nary:9*3*1*2=x;

solve(nary,x);

Calculate

nary

nary:4*6*1*3=1812552;

3*7*2*4=3112976;

5*1*4*2=41100608;

Calculate

nary:5*8*0*8=x;

solve(nary,x);

Calculate

nary

nary:4*6*1*3=1812552;

3*7*2*4=3112976;

5*1*4*2=4110060;

Calculate

nary

nary:4*6*1*3=1812552;

3*7*2*4=3112976;

5*1*4*2;

Calculate

nary;

5*8*0*8;

Calculate

nary

nary:5*8*4*2=1812552;

3*7*2*4=3112976;

5*1*4*2=4110060;

Calculate

nary

nary:5*8*0*8=1812552;

3*7*2*4=3112976;

5*1*4*2=4110060;

Calculate

nary

nary:4*6*1*3=1812552;

3*7*2*4=3112976;

Calculate