i wrote a program in which we need to find the values of two variables a and b and then give their sum.But, when i do a+b, it tells
In[60]:= a + b
Out[60]= a + b
what is the problem?
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i wrote a program in which we need to find the values of two variables a and b and then give their sum.But, when i do a+b, it tells
In[60]:= a + b
Out[60]= a + b
what is the problem?
Without more code, we canīt say - because we canīt see your screen.
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Code:In[55]:= Solve[{2 a + 3 b == 9, a - 23 b == 16}, {a, b}] Out[55]= {{a -> 255/49, b -> -(23/49)}} In[56]:= a + b Out[56]= a + b
Last edited by suryap.kv1bbsr; 10-09-2010 at 04:17 AM. Reason: this was the code
Looks OK to me. I even plugged it into wolframalpha.com, which is there kind of free to the public calculator that supports mathematica syntax.
*had to use code tags because bbcode engine thought this was code...Code:http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=Solve[{2+a+%2B+3+b+%3D%3D+9%2C+a+-+23+b+%3D%3D+16}%2C+{a%2C+b}]