I’m using the Math.Net Symbolics library to simplyfy expressions like this :

`string f = Infix.Print(Infix.ParseOrThrow("A+5*2"))`

This works as expected `(f = A+10)`

but trying to get the root of a number is a lot harder than I expected. For example :

`string f = Infix.Print(Infix.ParseOrThrow("sqrt(9)"))`

`f = "sqrt(9)"`

instead of `f = "3"`

as you would expect.

`string f = Infix.Print(Infix.ParseOrThrow("sqrt(x^2)"))`

`f = "sqrt(x^2)"`

insted of `f = "x"`

`string f = Infix.Print(Infix.ParseOrThrow("9^(1/2)"))`

also doesn’t work. Insted it gets simplified to `f = "sqrt(9)"`

How do I force it to calculate the sqrt of a number/variable?

Are there any other problems I could expect to run into when using the “auto-simplification” of Math.Net Symbolics?