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Jun
17
comment How to express trigonometric equation in terms of of given trigonometric function?
I find this really useful. Many thanks Simon! I wonder why it isn't built-in in Mathematica!
May
26
comment NDSolve::ndsz problem
Thanks a lot! This indeed fixed the problem. :D
Jun
26
comment Checking if two trigonometric expressions are equal
Fantastic! This also worked. Thank you!
Jun
26
comment Checking if two trigonometric expressions are equal
Great!! FullySimplify worked just well. And my answer is correct :D Thank you a lot!
May
22
comment Applying a for loop on Out[]
Many thanks for the tips. I'm only a beginner. :D
May
22
comment Applying a for loop on Out[]
Thank you indeed for showing me my mistakes and teaching me how to do it correctly. I'm a beginner with Mathematica, but I'm liking it exponentially with time! Thanks again :)
May
22
comment Applying a for loop on Out[]
Fantastic. Thanks a bunch for your help!
May
22
comment Applying a for loop on Out[]
Both of them work. Thanks. But the expressions were separated by a comma (all grouped in one output), I have too many so this could be annoying. The answer by Alexey gives each expression as an output. But many thanks anyways :)
May
22
comment Applying a for loop on Out[]
This worked just perfect. Thanks
May
22
comment Applying a for loop on Out[]
I see. This is useful if I want all expressions in my notebook to be in CForm. Thanks