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Calculating the Lyapunov Exponent/Spectrum for the Duffing Oscillator

Some fellow students and I are trying to calculate and plot the Lyapunov spectrum for the Duffing oscillator (currently a test approach). Each of us has Mathematica knowledge based purely on past ...
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How to apply an rule to factors matching a certain form

Suppose we have many expressions involving irrational ArcTan expressions (such as ArcTan[Sqrt[3],5]) along with other irrational factors (such as ...
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Handling output that was returned unevaluated from a function

When evaluating functions, including those described in this post, how do Mathematica users handle values returned from a function that are unevaluated? For example (based on 1): ...
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How to properly substitute values into variables?

I have an array of functions in terms of a[0] through a[n] and I wish to replace the a[]'s with previously calculated values p[0] through p[n], as in below: ...
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Is everything in Mathematica ultimately stored as a rule?

My current understanding about Mathematica is that everything, at the lowest level, ends up as replacement rules. First question: is this true? Second question: does Mathematica "gloss over" these ...
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Scope of expression in a user-defined function

I have the following code: fbasic = A + R + Z*Z *Z*Z; f[A_, Z_, R_] := fbasic + R; f[0, 2, 3] The answer I am getting is ...
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Replace inverse function

I'm solving an expression like so: Solve[u[x] == u[a] + u[b], x] Mathematica returns {{x->(u^(-1))[u[a]+u[b]]}} If I ...
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How do I write a function that can be used in a rule to modify both sides of an equation? [duplicate]

I sometimes need fine grain control over equations in Mathematica in order to help me understand how to solve a problem manually. A greatly simplified example of a session might be something like ...
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#[[1]]//FullForm = 1?

I have a set of symbolic algebraic expressions that I'm trying to get some speed into. To illustrate the issue, I'll use a simple form like { k0 X, k1 Y, k1 Z}, ...