Hi Ishan,

Thanks for your interest in working on solvers. To get started with it have 
a look at the status of the project here:

There is a lot that needs to be done. One of the starting points can be 
solveset and then figuring out how old "solve" solves transcendental 


On Monday, March 12, 2018 at 4:30:04 PM UTC, Ishan Anirudh Joshi wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I am Ishan Joshi, a second year undergrad. pursuing  Manufacturing and 
> Automation Engineering at Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, India. 
> I have been contributing to the codebase of SymPy since July 2017.
> I am willing to be a part of GSoC 2018 under the Mathematics project: 
> "Solvers: Completing solveset".
> A lot have been done in the previous GSoCs and still quite a lot has to be 
> done in making solveset as powerful as solve.
> TODO's:
>    - Transcendental equation solver
>    - Integrating helper solvers with solveset
>    - Building the set infrastructure
>    - nonlinsolve
> These are some things to be done in the solveset module.
> Looking forward for feedback and guidances for the project.
> Thanks in advance!

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