## 290 Reputation

6 years, 143 days

## Thank you very much....

@vv Thank you very much.

## How about real in command?...

@vv How about real in command? limit(sqrt(x^2-3*x+2), x = 2, real)

## Can you post your code?...

@vv Can you post your code?

## arrow on each axis...

@acer How can I get the arrow of each axis (ox and oy)? For exmaple

## @vv How about ^+ in the line? sol...

@vv How about ^+ in the line?

`solve( (P-H)^+ . (B-A), t ):`

## Thank you...

@Kitonum Thank for your code. I tried

```restart:
k := int(cos(3*x)^21, x):
algsubs(cos(3*x)^2 = 1-sin(3*x)^2, %):
a := factor(%):
b := expand(algsubs(sin(3*x) = t, a)):
algsubs(t = sin(3*x), %)```

## Thank you very much...

@acer Thank you very much.

```restart;
`assuming`([int(tan(x)^n, x)], [n::posint]);
eval(%, n = 9);
expand(simplify(value(%)));
algsubs(tan(x)^2+1 = 1/cos(x)^2, %)```

I could not get the form

tan(x)^8/8 - tan(x)^6/6 + tan(x)^4/4 - tan(x)^2/2 - ln(cos(x))

## n is an odd number...

@Kitonum When n is an odd number, n = 7, I like output in the form

```restart;
`assuming`([int(sin(x)^n, x)], [n::posint]):
eval(%, n = 7);
expand(simplify(value(%))); int(sin(x)^7, x);```

With cot(x)^20, I got the same form

## I can't solve the second problem...

@Kitonum I can't solve the first problem by myselt.

I considered tetrahedrons OABC with O(0,0,0), A(a, 0, 0), B(0, b, 0) and C(0, 0, c), where 0 < a < b < c<=100.

## The coordinates centre of sphere are als...

@vv Note the second condition "The coordinates centre of sphere are also triples of integers".

## Thank you very much...

@Kitonum Thank you very much.

## Input a list...

@Kitonum
How can I put like this?

```Vertices([[[2, 5], [4, 3]], [[2, 5], [4, 9]], [[2, 6], [4, 8]], [[2, 7], [4,
3]], [[2, 7], [4, 5]], [[2, 7], [4, 9]]], -20 .. 20)```

## @Kitonum If I have a list[[[2, 5], ...

@Kitonum If I have a list[[[2, 5], [4, 3]], [[2, 5], [4, 9]], [[2, 6], [4, 8]], [[2, 7], [4,
3]], [[2, 7], [4, 5]], [[2, 7], [4, 9]]], where with the first element, [2, 5] is a centroid and  [4, 3] is orthocenter. How can I use this code?

## Thank you very much....

@acer Thank you very much.

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