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Instructor at IAU. Fond of Group Theory.


Jun
10
comment Derivative of real functions including Re and Im
@Jens: I see this great leading insightful answer right now. Thanks for sharing me that in the answer you gave me before. +1
Apr
24
comment How to plot Venn diagrams with Mathematica?
+1 nice question.
Apr
11
comment How do I draw a triangle given the lengths of the sides?
Very interesting J.M. +10000. I am glad both of us are friends in MathSE. Thanks for sharing me that.
Apr
11
comment Triangle mapped on a sphere in $\mathbb R^3$?
@Mr.Wizard: It is yours now, dear friend. Ok. I understand. :-)
Apr
11
awarded  Commentator
Apr
11
comment Triangle mapped on a sphere in $\mathbb R^3$?
@Mr.Wizard: Sorry for all troubles I have made for you. I prefer it to be here. I think, it'll be so useful for my friends here. Thanks ;-)
Apr
10
comment Triangle mapped on a sphere in $\mathbb R^3$?
@SjoerdC.deVries: I wanted to teach to my students that we can map on surface of an sphere to know the non Euclidean geometry better. So, I made a Maple small program which is just a plot not an animation. That's why I asked it here. All Mr. Wizard did is what I was looking for. That is a good idea lighting my teaching style. Thanks for your consideration. I apologize if I brought up my question inappropriately.
Apr
10
comment Triangle mapped on a sphere in $\mathbb R^3$?
Thanks for the time you took.
Apr
10
comment Triangle mapped on a sphere in $\mathbb R^3$?
@Mr.Wizard: Thanks for your comment. To be honest, I didn't post a question here to get +1 or -1. I know what to do it via Maple because I made a similar but not animate small program in that area, but to know that in another environment was my willing. :-)
Apr
10
accepted Triangle mapped on a sphere in $\mathbb R^3$?
Apr
10
comment Triangle mapped on a sphere in $\mathbb R^3$?
@YvesKlett: In fact, I wanted to be informed about the codes. Thanks J.M.
Apr
10
asked Triangle mapped on a sphere in $\mathbb R^3$?
Jul
6
awarded  Scholar
Jul
6
accepted Can Mathematica help a theorem to be alive?
Jun
20
awarded  Student
Jun
19
revised Can Mathematica help a theorem to be alive?
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Jun
19
awarded  Supporter
Jun
19
awarded  Editor
Jun
19
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Jun
19
comment Can Mathematica help a theorem to be alive?
@DanielLichtblau: Thanks for the comment and for your time. Honestly, I should have edited my question in time but I couldn't. As you kindly noted, I'd like to have a computer-assisted analytic approach rather than just seeing what happenes. In fact, how can we define $\epsilon, \delta$ in which a program be able to probe a certain limit?