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Unable to configure a system of differential equations

My differential equations have been written as ...
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Extract coefficients of differential form in package RGTC

I am using the Package RGTC to do some calculations in Supergravity. It allows to define differential forms after specifying a co-frame. I am working in with the 10d coordinates ...
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Using Derivative with list in curly brackets

I'd like to make a formula for a sum containing Derivative where the number of arguments in the latter depends on an input parameter n. Also involved is a list ...
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Using derivative d in Mathematica [duplicate]

In mathematics derivates are often written like $$d^2y \over dx^2$$ or $$dy \over dx$$ In Mathematica we have the function D, but is it possible to use a similar approach?
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Inconsistent results of second derivative of inverse fourier transform

I am trying to get the Green's function of a toy diffusion equation $$\frac{\partial^2 u(x,t)}{\partial x^2} = \frac{1}{\alpha^2}\frac{\partial u(x,t)}{\partial t}$$ with Mathematica 9. Then solve ...
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Apparently contradictory output from Series and D

I defined a function as: g[b_] := Integrate[f[n]Exp[-b DA (n.u)^2], n] Obviously D[g[b], b] /. b -> 0 gives ...
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Differentiating a Cumulative Distribution Function which has a discontinuity at $0$

I want to take the derivative of a distribution function which has a discontinuity at $0$. Here is the function: ...
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Solve a total derivative - independent vs. dependent variables

I am trying to force mathematica to solve a generally defined function for d lp: In a reduced version, w depends on l2, ...
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Find dy/dx given an equation

Here's a homework problem from the Coursera course Calculus: Single Variable by Robert Ghrist Find the derivative $\frac{dy}{dx}$ from the equation $x \tan y - y^2 \ln x=4$ I wanted to check my ...