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Ratdisrep

Function: ratdisrep (<expr>) Returns its argument as a general expression. If <expr> is a general expression, it is returned unchanged.

H : [28,30,40,42];
1/apply("*",makelist(1-x^h,h,H));
ratdisrep(taylor(1/(1-x)/(1-x^2),x,0,10));

Typically ratdisrep is called to convert a canonical rational expression (CRE) into a general expression. This is sometimes convenient if one wishes to stop the "contagion", or use rational functions in non-rational contexts.

See also totaldisrep.

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ratdisrep

? ratdisrep;

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ratdisrep-solve

eq1:x+y+z=3;

eq2:x+2*y+3*z=6;

ratdisrep(solve([eq1,...

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ratdisrep

? ratdisrep;

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ratdisrep-solve

eq1:x+y+z=3;

eq2:x+2*y+3*z=6;

ratdisrep(solve([eq1,...

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