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- 06:37divyanshu132 commented #17476
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- Aug 24 23:57oscargus commented #17486

I guess you forgot to put simplify in the codebase of this

if you have

`h = symbols('h')`

and `h = symbols('h', nonnegative=True)`

they will be unequal
so you can try rerunning the notebook

help me here plz

change that to k*h from h plz

strange behaviour

what is this just happening?

?

evaluate this matrix at x=1

How to simplify this expression?

Also I want the expression in f1(t) *g1(x,k) + f2(t) * g2(x,k) etc.

How to do that

?

that I am using

but does lambdastr works with matrices?

I believe it does work with matrices

I solved the integral for general kth row

now its a function of k, t

but now I have to use that long expression in another program where I m using scipy not smpy so that symbolic computations long times can be removed

so I need to copy thatexpression

lambdify cant work this way

Can you plz help me complete that line?

Like

`FunctionMatrix(n, m, Lambda((i, j), i + j))`

, where `n, m, i, j`

are all symbols
phi(i) is symbol phi and subscript i

and phi is a function of x

something like tghis

this*