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Nov
18
comment Impact Crater Simulation
@VitaliyKaurov I used this reference.wolfram.com/mathematica/tutorial/UsingNearest.html, and probably some remembrance of a previous answer in this site
Nov
18
comment import a list of replacement rules
@m_goldberg You could bet there isn't.
Nov
18
comment NDSolve Plotting issue
Please post your DSolve or NDSolve code ... and remember to start your own symbols with lowercase chars.
Nov
17
revised How to draw a spring?
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Nov
17
comment How to draw a spring?
I don't have a copy of Craword's at hand. Could you post an image?
Nov
17
reviewed No Action Needed How do I determine the maximum value for a polynomial, given a range of x values?
Nov
17
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to draw a spring?
Nov
17
revised How to draw a spring?
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Nov
17
comment Covariance of a P x M x N matrix
@phidelio AFAIK this is exactly what you're requesting in your edited version. Could you explain why you don't think so?
Nov
17
revised How to draw a spring?
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Nov
17
comment How to select three points $A$, $B$, $C$ from the following list so that the circle passing $A$, $B$, $C$ has centre $(1,2,3)$?
@minthao_2011 Ok, I understand now. You want to exclude "right" (Pi/2) triangles ... Let's see how.
Nov
17
answered How to draw a spring?
Nov
17
comment How to select three points $A$, $B$, $C$ from the following list so that the circle passing $A$, $B$, $C$ has centre $(1,2,3)$?
Your code spits out some errors here. Is it me?
Nov
17
comment How to select three points $A$, $B$, $C$ from the following list so that the circle passing $A$, $B$, $C$ has centre $(1,2,3)$?
@minthao_2011 Sorry, I don't understand your last comment
Nov
17
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Connecting to and disconnecting from a continuously running kernel, on demand
Nov
17
revised Impact Crater Simulation
edited body
Nov
17
answered Impact Crater Simulation
Nov
17
reviewed Close Why do I get an error message when for this type of recursion?
Nov
17
reviewed Close Connected components of a graph
Nov
17
reviewed Close Solving a nonlinear system of recurrence equations