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How to use output from previous line in Plot? [duplicate]
Suppose, I want to solve a equation and want to obtain it's first root. In this case I've used
In=:Solve[b^2 + b*z + 1 == 0, b][]
This gives ...
May 28 '13 at 8:26
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