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### How to check if an expression is a real-valued number

What is a simple, fast way to test whether an expression is a real-valued number? I ask since there is no RealQ function. If we call this test ...
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### _?NumericQ equivalent for lists

A few months ago I got a simple answer (see: 1 ) to the question of how to force numeric evaluation during use of functions such as NMinimize[] - namely the use of <...
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### Why is an integer not considered as a real?

Please consider the following: zeros={0.,0}; data={1, 0., 0}; DeleteCases[data, #]&/@zeros Head/@zeros (*{Real, Integer}*) (*{{1, 0}, {1, 0.}}*) For my ...
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### lists of conditions

I have got coordinates in two list of Latitude and Longitude and would like to check if those coordinates are in a certain grid Example lists are: ...
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### How does Mathematica decide that Log[2,8] is integer?

At school we learned that $\log_b(x)=\log(x)/\log(b)$, which is implemented in Mathematica as Log[b, x], but the results are different. ...
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### What is the most elegant way to see if an expression is affected by a certain symbol? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Determine whether some expression contains a given symbol Let's say I have some expression: sample = {1, 1/q, f[m]} And I want to ...
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### How do you check if there are any equal arguments(even sublist) in a list?

I would like to set up a function which has to return True if at least two arguments of a given List are equal. So if I give {1,4,6,2} to the function it has to ...
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### Using FreeQ with implicit functions

In Mathematica 7, I want to determine whether a list of free of numbers greater than 1 or not. It seems like using FreeQ would be a concise way to do this: ...
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### Why does Assuming[x > 0, TrueQ[x > 0]] return False?

Assuming[x>0,TrueQ[x>0]] should, as I understand it, test TrueQ[x>0] after assuming ...
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### Implementing a safe ValueQ that does not evaluate its argument

Mathematica has a built-in function ValueQ. Quoting the docs, ValueQ[expr] gives True if ...
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### Why does Mathematica claim there is no even prime?

I wonder if this is a bug, or if I'm misunderstanding something: Exists[n, EvenQ[n] && PrimeQ[n]] // Resolve (* ==> False *) So if I interpret this ...