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Rewriting one expression using a variable representing another expression [duplicate]

I have two expressions: w1 = (a+b)/c^2; w2 = (a^3 + 3 a^2 b + 3 a b^2 + b^3)/c^6; How can I ask Mathematica to try to find an alternative expression for ...
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1answer
990 views

How to write a variable in terms of the other [duplicate]

I have an equation that defines a variable like y=4x+a. I had another equation, z=x+2+4, I would like to know if there is a way in Mathematica to get an expression in which z= a*y+C, in which a and C ...
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2answers
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Rewriting the set of equations in terms of new variables, using replacement rules when the expression contains partial derivatives [duplicate]

I am working with cumbersome equations, that contain a lot of terms. Here I will consider simple example: ...
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1answer
117 views

How can I simplify the result of a differential equation by using my own defined expressions? [duplicate]

I want to solve the following differential equation with mathematica: α β * w''''''[ξ] + ( 1 + α - p ) * w''''[ξ] + p/β * w''[ξ] = 0 The answer seems at ...
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2answers
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How do I format expressions so that replacement rules correctly apply to exponents? [duplicate]

I have a series of rules that I would like to apply to a series of expressions with variables, but cannot get Mathematica to correctly recognize that these rules should apply when my variables have ...
1
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0answers
79 views

Introducing new variables implicitly [duplicate]

I have a calculation expr111 = cs[giso, xiso, 1, 1, 1] that gives the result -((k x)/(2 (1 + 1/4 k (x^2 + y^2 + z^2)))) ...
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0answers
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Simplify symbolic expression in terms of constants [duplicate]

Say I have an expression $a+b+a\times b$ and I define $c:= a\times b$. How do I get Mathematica to write $a+b+a\times b$ in terms of $c$, i.e. $a+b+c$?
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1answer
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Reducing Output length by introducing new variables [duplicate]

I have outputs like "expression/(1+3*c^2) +anotherexpression/(1+3*c^2)" and so on. Is there any way to set 1/(1+3*c^2)=A where A is a new variable so that the output reads like "A*expression+A*...
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0answers
25 views

Simplifying self-reciprocal rational function [duplicate]

I have trouble transforming self-reciprocal rational functions in one variable like ...
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7answers
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How do I replace a variable in a polynomial?

How do I substitue z^2->x in the following polynomial z^4+z^2+4? z^4+z^2+4 /. z^2->x ...
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6answers
6k views

Replacing composite variables by a single variable

To replace a single variable by another variable, one can simply use the the replace all (/.) operator (e.g., ...
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3answers
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Common subexpression from two expressions

I am working with some unpleasantly tedious polynomials, which need to be manipulated in various ways (integrate with respect to some variable, differentiate with respect to another). Since these ...
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3answers
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Replace expressions with symbols

First of all: I'm new to Mathematica, so I would appreciate it if the answers are quite complete. I have the result of calculation that is expressed in $\sin$ and $\cos$. Now, all of these can be ...
10
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3answers
861 views

Find subexpression to minimize leafcount after replacment with temporary variable

Given an expression expr, is there an automated way to find a subexpression subexpr such that replacing ...
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1answer
904 views

Reduce an equation by putting a new variable

I have the following equation given: $$ (26-x)\cdot\sqrt{5x-1} -(13x+14)\cdot\sqrt{5-2x} + 12\sqrt{(5x-1)\cdot(5-2x) }= 18x+32. $$ In order to solve it, I want to substitute $t = \sqrt{5x - 1}-\sqrt{...

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