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comment Animation of double pendulum
Great answer! And the first time I've seen it. I added the simulation tag as I think your second section takes beyond mere animation.
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revised Animation of double pendulum
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comment Recurrence equation
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revised Convolve does not get the correct answer
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revised What are the most common pitfalls awaiting new users?
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comment Fixed colors for fixed values in contourplot legend
@belisarius Answer, or Close?
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revised Elegant operations on matrix rows and columns
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answered How can I plot the complex formula as follow?
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comment How can I plot the complex formula as follow?
Thank you. I cleaned up the format a bit for you. I am not sure why you got the more complicated output from Mathematica.
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revised How can I plot the complex formula as follow?
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comment What is the FrontEnd?
All: I am feeling rather burned out. I realize I have several answers in progress that I should finish but I am having difficulty finding the motivation and focus to do so. I think I shall largely be taking the weekend off from contributing.
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comment Where can I find mathematica documentation about @@@?
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comment Where can I find mathematica documentation about @@@?
Duplicate; please see specifically this answer: (25616)
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comment How can I plot the complex formula as follow?
@Erergo You should copy and paste textual code into this question, not an image of it. But this is probably also a duplicate.
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comment Unicode beyond Basic Multilingual Plane
@WReach Would you be willing to write a summary answer here, unless a duplicate already exists on this site?
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comment Descending order of Permutations using Select[Tuples[{5, 4, 3, 2, 1}, {3}], OrderedQ]
How about using Reverse on your output lists? Or using OrderedQ@Reverse@#& as your test function?
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comment Descending order of Permutations using Select[Tuples[{5, 4, 3, 2, 1}, {3}], OrderedQ]
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revised Help needed with assignment
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revised Help needed with assignment
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