How to remove the expression "y =" from an equation

jospercomp shared this question 1 month ago
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The command SolveODE(3x-y/x,(1,1))) generate a conic expresion

y=x^2. I wish a funcion f(x)=x^2. How I remove or change the output y= by f(x)=


If(x>=1 && x<=2,SolveODE(3x-y/x,(1,1)))


If(x>2 && x<=3,SolveODE(0-y/x,(2,4)))

I am trying to create Piecewise Function of Piecewise ODE Expresion.


If I use RightSide command convert conic expresion to multivariante function.

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Please post your .ggb file

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If(x>=1 && x<=2,SolveODE(3x-y/x,(1,1)))

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If(x>2 && x<=3,SolveODE(0-y/x,(2,4)))

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I attached the ggb file.

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You are using an old version (5.0.523.0). Does it help if you upgrade?

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Yes. It is correct.92174c8b291a501c6ad6e68f55e152e8

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Where can I get the update of Geogebra 5 for Linux Ubuntu that is not Geogebra 6?

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fce3813d680ea4d88647bb3f864479bd

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Try the links in this page (scroll down)

https://wiki.geogebra.org/e...

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