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 7m comment How to determine if a function is continuous? "Impossible" is a strong word. There are theorem provers made with Mathematica, so ... 20m comment Multivariate resultant in Mathematica? @DanielLichtblau The limit of three polys/vars seems hardcoded somewhere (strange). It doesn't matter if the input is symbolic or not: with more than three polys it spits out the input. Anyway, it's too easy to crash, so I think the version I've here is just barely debugged. 30m comment Multivariate resultant in Mathematica? @DanielLichtblau Only up to three vars :( 38m revised Display coordinates of pointing device in VectorPlot More cleanup 49m comment What Method values are available for Plot? Have you tried f[x_?NumericQ] := ...? 51m revised Display coordinates of pointing device in VectorPlot Code clean up 1h comment Display coordinates of pointing device in VectorPlot @MarcoB Thanks! I ran the code from the other answer, and you know ... lingering definitions :) 1h revised Display coordinates of pointing device in VectorPlot edited tags 1h answered Display coordinates of pointing device in VectorPlot 2h revised Display coordinates of pointing device in VectorPlot added 57 characters in body 2h answered Optimization for inequalities in $\mathbb{C}$ 3h revised Removing empty sets from lists added 110 characters in body 4h awarded Nice Answer 5h awarded Revival 5h revised Optimization for inequalities in $\mathbb{C}$ edited title; edited tags 5h revised Reduction of an Inequality in $\mathbb{C}$ edited title 10h awarded Revival 10h comment FindMaximum failing on a trivial problem @Bichoy FindMaximum is a black box. No way to spelunking inside it :( 13h answered Multivariate resultant in Mathematica? 16h comment Keep leading/trailing zeroes (like Defer[] except with numbers) in a given number No wait. I'm going the other way around. What method are you using to input your values?