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Questions about integrating Mathematica and .Net using the .NET/Link functionality provided with Mathematica.
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a process of making a three-dimensional solid object of virtually any shape from a digital model. Mathematica makes it possible to take complex algorithmically generated geometry and im…
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The art of manipulating an algebraic expression into the desired form.
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a sequence of well-defined steps that defines in abstract the solution to a problem.
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Questions on Mathematica's ability to create "moving pictures" from its graphical output, including exporting these animations to other formats.
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Questions on the arbitrary precision capabilities of Mathematica.
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Questions concerning argument patterns used as formal arguments in function definitions (e.g., := expressions) to restrict the kinds of values that can be passed as actual arguments. Also questions ab…
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Questions on arithmetic operations in Mathematica.
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For questions relating to assignments to symbols, patterns, or expressions.
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Questions on the associative data-structure introduced in Mathematica version 10.
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Questions about the function Assuming[], the $Assumptions system variable, and the Assumptions option of functions such as Simplify[] and Integrate[].
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Questions on the astronomical applications of Mathematica.
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Questions on attributes of functions.
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About using and customizing the front-end's auto-completion feature
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Questions asking for a "big list" of examples, illustrations, etc. Please do not ask too many of these. Please do not use this as the only tag for a question.
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Questions about or involving outside the range of normal machine precision, using Mathematica's capacity for arbitrary precision numbers and numbers outside the normal range of floating-point arithmet…
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