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One rule, three different functions.
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I'm trying to solve the equation
sqrt(x2sqrt(x1))=sqrt(x1)1.
To my surprise, Simplify(sqrt(x2sqrt(x1))) gives an unexpected result: sqrt(abs(x1))1.
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Simplify will choose one of the branches in this case. For more control you can try:
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"Assume(x>2,Simplify(sqrt(x2sqrt(x1)))) yields sqrt(abs(x  1)) + 1"
No, this yields sqrt(x  1) + 1.
How do I know I have to distinguish these two cases when solving my equation?
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I think the correct answer must be abs(sqrt(x  1)  1)
I'm trying to solve my equation. See attached file.
I'm trying to solve my equation. See attached file. This is not correct, by mu opinion.
Please post the equations here, and what you think the correct answer is
http://web.science.upjs.sk/...
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