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How can i asing a variable to this...

How can i asing a variable to this...

How can i asing a variable to this...

(OP)
Hi,

I just solve this, but how can i asing a varible " := " to this, so that i can use the value of "N"

And also, how can i reduce the number of decimals when i use the "solve", because i tryed using the "Format->Result->Number Format" and reducing the number of decimals doesn't work.

Thanks!

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Diquan


 

Diquan

RE: How can i asing a variable to this...

Use the Given Find construct.

RE: How can i asing a variable to this...

(OP)
davidbeach: I don't know how to use the "Given" "Find" commands.

IRstuff: That's right and it did work, thank you.

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Diquan

Diquan

RE: How can i asing a variable to this...

Has this problem been resolved?

Regards

Mike

RE: How can i asing a variable to this...

(OP)
Yes, has been solved... thank you!

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Diquan

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