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q1:u1=r1*i;

q2:u2=r2*i;

q3:u3=-r3*i;

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infeval-solve

q1:u1=r1*i;

q2:u2=r2*i;

q3:u3=-r3*i;

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infeval

a:1;

c:[1,2,3];

b:'(a*c);

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infeval-solve

q1:u1=r1*i;

q2:u2=r2*i;

q3:u3=-r3*i;

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infeval-solve

q1:u1=r1*i;

q2:u2=r2*i;

q3:u3=-r3*i;

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infeval

a:1;

c:[1,2,3];

b:'(a*c);

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infeval

a:1;

c:[1,2,3];

b:'(a*c);

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infeval-solve

q1:u1=r1*i;

q2:u2=r2*i;

q3:u3=-r3*i;

Calculate

infeval-solve

q1:u1=r1*i;

q2:u2=r2*i;

q3:u3=-r3*i;

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infeval

Run Example
(%i1)ev((-1.)^2.1,infeval);
                                        2.1
(%o1)                              (- 1)
(%i2) 
Run Example
a:2;
(%o1)                                  2
(%i2) c:[1,2,3];
(%o2)                              [1, 2, 3]
(%i3) b:'(a*c);
(%o3)                                 a c
(%i4) b;
(%o4)                                 a c
(%i5) a:3;
(%o5)                                  3
(%i6) ev (b, infeval);
(%o6)                              [3, 6, 9]
(%i7) f:'(b*2);
(%o7)                                 2 b
(%i8) a:2.5;
(%o8)                                 2.5
(%i9) c:[1.3,2.3,3.3];
(%o9)                           [1.3, 2.3, 3.3]
(%i10) f,infeval;
(%o10)                         [6.5, 11.5, 16.5]
(%i11) 
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? infeval;

 -- Option variable: infeval
     Enables "infinite evaluation" mode.  `ev' repeatedly evaluates an
     expression until it stops changing.  To prevent a variable, say
     `X', from being evaluated away in this mode, simply include `X='X'
     as an argument to `ev'.  Of course expressions such as `ev (X,
     X=X+1, infeval)' will generate an infinite loop.


(%o1)                                true
(%i2) 

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