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comment SolveAlways 'never' completes
Thanks Oleksandr R. You're right, of course, that Mathematica might not be able to solve this. But it seems too simple that it can't be done. If someone else could try running it, I'd certainly upvote. Any suggestions for 'guidance' for Mathematica?
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comment SolveAlways 'never' completes
My apologies, folks -- I realize this is a ridiculously simple question. But I've read and reread the documentation (which, incidentally, made me realize that if I put $a_2$ in the list of variables then it will not appear in the solution) and am left wondering what I might have missed to perform a check of some simple algebra. Many thanks.
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