Questions on the analytic and numeric equation solving functions of Mathematica (Solve, Reduce, NSolve, FindRoot, DSolve, RSolve, etc.).

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How can I resolve the insufficient memory to complete the computation problem for solving function with iterated variables?

I am trying to solve for a value x in a function where the variables varies with iterations of K. Also, there is one variable called "rvsum" which is updated with a certain formula as well. I have ...
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Solving One Equation with Two Variables

I am trying to solve an equation with two variables. It is the last step in the process of using the method of undetermined coefficients to solve a nonhomogeneous differential equation. The equation ...
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NDSolve producing an overdetermined system

I am trying to build the initial model for an electro-mechanical system that I will be running in a for-loop for various inputs and parameters. Currently, the code is as follows: ...
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How to obtain all minima? [duplicate]

If you Solve an equation, you obtain all solutions. But If you NMinimize a function, you only get one minimum. The question ...
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Trying to solve a transcendental equation involving bessel functions

I've never used Mathematica before and am trying to numerically solve equation (12) from this paper: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9907218v2. Ideally I'd be able to find the smallest value of $x_{n\nu}$ ...
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Mapping the imaginary axis of the complex (s) plane

In this problem is very difficult to analyze the roots s. Firstly I thought that the problem is in precision, but I am not sure. The criterion which I want to obtain is that one of these roots has a ...
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Reduce Cannot Solve Complicated Function

As per the answer to this question: SolveAlways rejects inequality, I tried the following commands: ...
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SolveAlways rejects inequality

I have two functions of x, f and g. f[x] = g[x] + 2, ...
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Solving a differential equation with mixed conditions using DSolve

I want to solve a differential equation $$ \frac{d}{dx}\left(k_0 \left(\frac{T(x)}{T_0}\right)^n \frac{dT(x)}{dx}\right)=0,$$ with boundary conditions: $T(l)=T_0$, $\;T'(0)=-\frac{q_0}{k_0 ...
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solution of differential equation

I have the following code that gives you a phase portrait of a 2d system and I can't understand what means the 3rd and 4th line (sol1 and sol2). ...
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How to delete duplicate solutions of this system of equations?

I want to find vertices (has integer coordinates) of the triangle $ABC$ with the centorid is $G(1,1)$ and orthocenter is $H(3,3)$. I tried ...
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Evaluating derivatives for use in solve

I need to evaluate the derivative of a function. My function looks like approx[vector_, x_] := Sum[vector[[n]]*Basis[n - 1, x], {n, 1, Length[vector]}] and I'm ...
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How to use Solve rules as a function body?

Solve gives me an expression which I want to use as the body of a function. Rather than run Solve every time inside my function ...
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Industrial Level Applications. Recipe for mixed notation of equations set

I am working with large (linear) equations set within Mathematica in numerical notation. For example, set from 4056 eq. is solved for a second, no more. There is no doubt, result is great. But even ...
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Reducing a statement with Mathematica, step by step [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Get a “step by step” evaluation in Mathematica I have a list of inequalities combined with quantifiers. And Mathematica is able to reduce to simple statement with the ...
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single root of a cubic function

As it can be shown that the function f(x)=3x^3-9x+1 has a single root in the interval abierto (0,1). Try to solve using Newton Raphson method, but that is more than a demonstration calculation