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just an amateur fascinated by math


Mar
18
accepted How can I define a 3d-body through different views?
Mar
17
comment How can I define a 3d-body through different views?
@SjoerdC.deVries: ...and also before [Pi] I guess - but yes, now it works - great, thank you!
Mar
17
comment How can I define a 3d-body through different views?
Now it works! Thank you, great work!
Mar
17
comment How can I define a 3d-body through different views?
When I use it as it stands I get nothing and when I take the last semicolon away I get an empty cube?!? What am I doing wrong?
Mar
17
comment How can I define a 3d-body through different views?
@SjoerdC.deVries: Thank you, Mathematica says: "Syntax::sntxf: "{" cannot be followed by "[Phi],0,2[Pi]}".", "Syntax::tsntxi: "[Phi]" is incomplete; more input is needed." and "Syntax::sntxi: Incomplete expression; more input is needed ." - Why don't you form an answer with the corrected command - I would vote for it!
Mar
17
comment How can I define a 3d-body through different views?
@Artes: This is indeed true. The challenge for me is that I normally don't use Mathematica for graphics stuff and thought this a good opportunity to get a cold start. To cut a long story short: I don't have a clue where to start but obviously the task is not so trivial after all... what a pity, but thank you anyway.
Mar
17
asked How can I define a 3d-body through different views?
Dec
12
accepted Problem with numerical evaluation of analytically solved integral, solution way off
Dec
12
comment Problem with numerical evaluation of analytically solved integral, solution way off
Wow, this is a great answer indeed! Thank you very much
Dec
12
awarded  Cleanup
Dec
12
revised Problem with numerical evaluation of analytically solved integral, solution way off
added 64 characters in body
Dec
12
revised Problem with numerical evaluation of analytically solved integral, solution way off
rolled back to a previous revision
Dec
12
comment Problem with numerical evaluation of analytically solved integral, solution way off
@ssch: I made the title more precise - Thank you!
Dec
12
revised Problem with numerical evaluation of analytically solved integral, solution way off
edited tags; edited title
Dec
12
awarded  Commentator
Dec
12
comment Problem with numerical evaluation of analytically solved integral, solution way off
@Öskå: Edited post accordingly - Thank you!
Dec
12
revised Problem with numerical evaluation of analytically solved integral, solution way off
added 43 characters in body
Dec
12
asked Problem with numerical evaluation of analytically solved integral, solution way off
Aug
1
accepted Have I found a bug in Integrate?
Jul
31
awarded  Nice Question