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Increasing number of decimal places in Manipulate input
I've made a Manipulate app. in Mathematica where I vary the value of a function f(a) by varying the parameter a. However, I seem to only be able to edit my input for a for a value up to 5 decimal ...
Oct 13 '12 at 21:42
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