Reputation
Next tag badge:
590/400 score
79/80 answers
Badges
7 101 182
Newest
 Enlightened
Impact
~676k people reached

8h
reviewed Reject Mapping a pure function with multiple slots
15h
comment How do you solve a linear equation of matrices?
Possible duplicate of General form of a linear transformation
18h
reviewed Reject charts tag wiki excerpt
18h
awarded  Enlightened
19h
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
27
revised Drop in nested tables?
added 3 characters in body; edited tags
Apr
27
answered Drop in nested tables?
Apr
18
reviewed Reject Segmentation fault on auto-complete
Apr
18
revised Maximize a variable in NSolve Function
added 1422 characters in body
Apr
16
revised Maximize a variable in NSolve Function
added 27 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Apr
16
revised Maximize a variable in NSolve Function
added 200 characters in body
Apr
16
revised Maximize a variable in NSolve Function
added 276 characters in body
Apr
16
answered Maximize a variable in NSolve Function
Apr
16
comment Maximize a variable in NSolve Function
And what about x1, x2, x3 ? And what is \[Eta]2?
Apr
16
comment Maximize a variable in NSolve Function
What do you want to maximize, what are underlying conditions?
Apr
13
comment Compactness and Connectedness of sets
This question is very general and the answer is "of course, we can", if you are interested in a certain topological technique related to the general problem see e.g. this anser Finding minimal distance between two surfaces
Apr
12
comment What makes imaginary parts show up?
Basically since your numbers in Table are approximate your problem appears to be trivial. Nevertheless if there is a certain problem at all, it was raised in his question How to eliminate the zero real part of a purely imaginary number?. The issue is version dependent.
Apr
6
comment Image of the unit circle under a complex rational function
Closely related Plotting complex numbers as an Argand Diagram. If it is not a duplicate, explain why.
Apr
2
comment Determine integer results using Solve
The answer to this question should be quite helpful: How Can I use Solve/Reduce Output.
Mar
31
comment Solving simple transcendental equation
This is a duplicate of Can Reduce really not solve for x here?. However if it doesn't enlighten you, take a look at Roots of a characteristic equation. Can Mathematica solve it?.