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Dec
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comment Numerical integration with symbolic coefficients
You probably can't do it blindly. For example Integrate[fun /. {X -> Pi/2, Y -> 0}, {u, 0, 2 Pi}] does not converge
Dec
10
comment Inconsistent results for Integrate depending on irrelevant assumptions
Are you asking "why this happens?" or "is the former result generally correct?" ?
Dec
10
reviewed Close Evaluation is finished but local kernel still works
Dec
10
reviewed Close Is it possible to have Logarithm with base 1 or 0?
Dec
10
reviewed Close Problem with ParallelTable in using externaly defined iterator
Dec
10
reviewed Close Adjusting size and positioning of math notation in a Mathematica notebook?
Dec
10
comment Why is Nearest not giving me expected result
@Santi I don't know. And that's probably prone to change from one version to the next.
Dec
10
revised Aitken interpolation of a polynomial?
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10
comment Polar histogram
related mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/10923/193
Dec
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revised Aitken interpolation of a polynomial?
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9
comment How to Plot inside a Do loop?
I'm also sure it's a dup, but can't find it. +1 anyway.
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revised Aitken interpolation of a polynomial?
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comment Aitken interpolation of a polynomial?
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Dec
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revised Aitken interpolation of a polynomial?
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Dec
9
comment How to Plot inside a Do loop?
Or use the nasty Do[Print@Plot[x^n, {x, 1, 2}], {n, -2, 2}]
Dec
9
comment How to perform “implicit” integration?
Aren't you integrating the derivative of the arc-length?
Dec
9
reviewed Close Mathematica 10 issue: working with Entities slows down recurrence equations
Dec
9
reviewed Close Mathematica 10 and Mac
Dec
9
reviewed Leave Open Aitken interpolation of a polynomial?
Dec
9
reviewed Leave Open FindFit working with Integrate but not NIntegrate - I am using “?NumericQ”