To solve `ax = 0`

in Python, you can use the `sympy`

library. Here’s an example of how to solve `ax = 0`

in Python using `sympy`

:

```
import sympy
# Define the symbol x
x = sympy.symbols('x')
# Define the equation ax = 0
eq = sympy.Eq(a * x, 0)
# Solve the equation for x
solution = sympy.solve(eq, x)
# Print the solution
print(solution)
```

In this example, we first import the `sympy`

library using `import sympy`

. We then define the symbol `x`

using `sympy.symbols('x')`

.

We define the equation `ax = 0`

using `sympy.Eq(a * x, 0)`

, where `a`

is the coefficient of `x`

.

We solve the equation for `x`

using `sympy.solve(eq, x)`

. This function returns a list of solutions.

Finally, we print the solution using `print(solution)`

.

Note: This solution assumes that `a`

is a constant. If `a`

is a function of `x`

, you’ll need to modify the code to account for this.

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