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Extracting equations from Piecewise expressions
Say I have a PDF:
PDF[LogNormalDistribution[1.75, 0.65], x]
Calculating it, Mathematica gives me an expression that looks like this: I want to extract the ...
Apr 5 '12 at 17:32
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