Assume I have an object whose radius is modeled by the function $x^2$. Using calculus and circular cross-sections, the object's volume is given by $\pi\int_a^b(x^2)^2dx$. But given an arbitrary ...
For example, I typed the following: ...
I have a set of 3-space coordinates for the atoms of a molecule (I could also transform them into spheres with radii corresponding to the atoms they represent). I would like to place this molecule ...
One can truncate all the vertices of a polygon at once with Truncate. I want to do exactly that -- but only on a single vertex. Is this possible with Mathematica 9? ...
I apologize for the text description, but new users are not allowed to post images. I want to draw a circle that cuts through the center of a sphere and has an inclination of 15 degrees with the ...
I'm a bit new to the application, and I'm not sure how to draw a parallelepiped in Mathematica.