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What do the hashtags represent in the result of Solve, and how should I use them? [duplicate]
There is a function that I'm trying to get the inverse of. My function is a simple polynomial:
Tn[T_] := 4/9 T^3/Tc^2 + 5/9 T
Now I tried to find ...
Jun 26 '13 at 10:37
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