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Functions defined on a limited interval and solve equation
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Hi
Is there difference between using the commands
 Function(f(x),start,end)
 If(start<=x<=end,f(x))
?
When I want to use the command solve then I can't use function defined on limited interval.
I then have to solve the equation graphically.
Is there an explaination for this issue?
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Olav
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Solve({f(x)=0,start<=x,x<=end}) for example: Solve({(x1)(x3)=0,0<=x,x<=2})
look at the syntax of solve().
https://wiki.geogebra.org/e...
try Roots( <Function>, <Start xValue>, <End xValue> )
eg: roots((x1)(x3)=0,0,2)
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