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Mar
6
comment Filling only when one curve is below the other
@belisarius sweet thanks!
Mar
6
asked Filling only when one curve is below the other
Dec
26
accepted How can I express an algebraic expression as a product?
Dec
26
comment How can I express an algebraic expression as a product?
Wooods Thanks a lot for your answer. I'm sorry I didn't respond sooner. This has given me a lot to work with. I have a lot of such expressions that I want to be able to express in different forms to cancel stuff out or to determine signs. Thanks.. I will write more when I have more questions. Thx
Dec
15
comment How can I express an algebraic expression as a product?
@whuber I just added the example of what I meant. I need to think about how this would translate into a desirable criterion.
Dec
15
revised How can I express an algebraic expression as a product?
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Dec
15
asked How can I express an algebraic expression as a product?
Dec
12
comment How to see a long output expression
Thanks @kguler and Chris. Your suggestions helped a lot. Next stop: large screen.
Dec
11
asked How to see a long output expression
Dec
9
accepted FindRoot errors
Dec
9
comment How can I type left (sub)superscript?
Thanks for your comprehensive answer. I learnt the most from your answer. thank you!
Dec
9
accepted How can I type left (sub)superscript?
Dec
9
comment How can I type left (sub)superscript?
Thanks for the typesetting tips. This really helps.
Nov
22
comment How can I type left (sub)superscript?
@SjoerdC.deVries So There is a command in the Palette for left superscript but for whatever reasons when I hover my mouse over it the tooltip doesn't show. The tooptip is working for everything else. Hopefully it will show at a later time. thx.
Nov
22
comment How can I type left (sub)superscript?
@SjoerdC.deVries oh cool. Thx!
Nov
22
comment How can I type left (sub)superscript?
@b.gatessucks Thanks, that's a good idea. For some reason I prefer to write a code rather than use the Palatte so I forget about it most of the times.
Nov
22
comment How can I type left (sub)superscript?
That worked like a charm! Thank you. I'll wait a couple of days to see what other suggestions come up before I accept. Thanks a lot!
Nov
22
asked How can I type left (sub)superscript?
Nov
10
comment FindRoot errors
@xzczd I used Rationalize[..,0] in my second example and the solution I am getting is incorrect and is giving me absurd answers when I use it to compute other variables. It also contradicts what I see in ContourPlot.
Nov
10
revised FindRoot errors
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