show latex style output instead of rounded values

Atilla Karaca shared this question 2 months ago
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Hi, I am running Geogebra 6 on Ubuntu 16.04. When I enter "a = Limit(e^x, 1)", it shows the result as "2.7182818285" instead of simply "e". I checked out the settings but I only found "rounding style" of the numbers, no symbolic representation.

Is it possible in this current version?

Regards

Atilla

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try surdtext(a)

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I couldn't make your method work. I tried it like


SurdText(Limit(e^x, 1))

it still prints 2.71...

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see the help about surdtext

I have tried SurdText(Limit(3ℯ^(x + 1) / (ℯ^x + 1), ∞), {ℯ}) and it works

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Thank you. It works, but sometimes it still prints numbers. It may have a bug in Linux Geogebra Desktop version.

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try also CAS

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Thank you. It works.

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