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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
May
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reviewed Leave Closed Recurrence equation
May
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reviewed Leave Closed How can I evaluate surface integral in Mathematica?
May
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reviewed No Action Needed Extracting sequences from a list?
May
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reviewed Reviewed Well-posed vs Well-conditionned
May
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comment Well-posed vs Well-conditionned
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it sounds like a question about well-posedness in differential equations and it doesn't realate to programming in Mathematica.
Apr
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
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awarded  Good Answer
Apr
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reviewed Looks OK Plot a data of four dimension
Apr
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reviewed No Action Needed What is Duration in MonitorLM output?
Apr
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comment Formatting an equation: X^Y to pow(X,Y)
I guess you should be interested in this question Controlling measure zero sets of solutions with Manipulate. A case study
Apr
21
comment Solving fifth order polynomial equation
There is no equation. Back to elementary school!
Apr
21
reviewed Leave Closed How to make multiple if statements?
Apr
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comment Problem with greek!
I don't bother especially what they know in WRI, but I'm quite sure they know it.
Apr
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comment Problem with greek!
This is most likely a duplicate of another post, try to search for it more carefully. As far as I can tell this problem is not related to any fonts.
Apr
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reviewed No Action Needed Problem with greek!
Apr
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reviewed Looks OK Finding the period of an array of integers
Apr
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comment How to generate a random, relatively prime number to p?
@OleksandrR. The provided solution is quite good and very Mathematica-like one. The OP as a newbie excludes iterating over a list of random numbers and then using CoprimeQ. There is no iteration, no random list, just a range of numbers and simply CoprimeQ for which there is no better substitution. Just a reliable solution, if you can see a better one, clarify what you mean. I guess you might have suggested another mathematical approach if it had existed but I susspect it hadn't. Unless you find the solution by rcollyer better, however frankly I don't.