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You do not solve my mods, but I, nevertheless, will feed you with them over and over again until you are free while dealing with these freaky things.
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26 Jun 2003, 06:26
The solutions are {-1, 2.42)

For G>0, the solution comes from solving G^2-2G-1=0
For G<0, the solution comes from solving G^2-1=0
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20 Jul 2003, 02:57
prashant wrote:
The solutions are {-1, 2.42)

For G>0, the solution comes from solving G^2-2G-1=0
For G<0, the solution comes from solving G^2-1=0

You need to check also 0 < x < 1. x = 1 is a solution also.

x = {-1, 1, 1+sqrt(2)}
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21 Jul 2003, 12:06
I agree with AkamaiBrah

but what about 0, I think it is also a solution
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