b.gatessucks
Reputation
15,578
Top tag
Next privilege 20,000 Rep.
Access 'trusted user' tools
 1d reviewed Approve Factoring an arbitary variable in mathematica 1d revised Series Soln False error added 34 characters in body Apr 23 comment Half Plot - half LogLinearPlot Another alternative would be to use Piecewise and custom ticks. Apr 23 revised Problem with Sin and ListPlot added 76 characters in body Apr 16 comment Prevent Mathematica to automatically evaluate Manipulate at start @matheorem Hi, have a look at "ToggleDynamicUpdating" perhaps ? Apr 11 comment Assumptions aren't working in this sum In which sense it didn't work ? Apr 9 comment Output lists with new line for each record element Maybe TableForm ? Apr 8 comment Making Multiple Curves with ListLinePlot for Fixed Increments Hi, it just making a table with c1 as your first level; for each value of c1 it then considers the different values for inc and you'll end up with a table with dimensions (number of c1 x number of inc). Apr 6 awarded Nice Answer Apr 6 answered How do I extract a matrix of only positive numbers given a set of assumptions? Apr 5 comment Making Multiple Curves with ListLinePlot for Fixed Increments Why not Table[f[c1, c1+inc], {c1, 0, 4, 0.1}, {inc, {0, 0.2, 0.4}}] ? Apr 3 revised How to plot coupled Differential equations with changing parameters? added 10 characters in body Apr 2 comment Output in FunctionExpand for function of Gamma Alternatively, try using exact coefficients. Apr 2 revised Output in FunctionExpand for function of Gamma deleted 175 characters in body Mar 29 comment How to force evaluation inside the body of a pure function? As of 10.1 one could also use MinMax and save one evaluation. Mar 26 revised How may I vary the opacity of mesh points by reference to their original coordinates added 20 characters in body Mar 23 comment Strange result of parameter-dependent definite integral Possibly the same underlying reason why Integrate[Cos[k Exp[I t]], {t, 0, Pi}, Assumptions -> {k >= 0}] evaluetes to Pi while Integrate[Cos[k Exp[I t]], {t, 0, Pi}, Assumptions -> {k < 0}] evaluates to I (Conjugate[CosIntegral[k]] - CosIntegral[-k]). Mar 21 comment Derivative wrt to order of MacDonald function FullSimplify[FunctionExpand[Derivative[1, 0][BesselK][1/2, z]]] might be somewhat closer. Mar 17 answered Simulation of two Ito processes Mar 9 comment Implicit hidden assumptions of Mathematica with Limit Same with Series[(Sqrt[2] v)/Sqrt[v^2 - c^2 (1 - 1/c Sqrt[c^2 - v^2])], {v, 0, 1}]`.