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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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Nov
10
revised FindRoot errors
added 112 characters in body
Nov
10
comment FindRoot errors
@xzczd Thanks. I'll follow up on Rationalize[..,0]. Also, sorry about the example, I will correct it. I must've made a mistake after pasting it while I was pressing back space and delete to get the pasted stuff four spaces away from the margin.
Nov
9
revised FindRoot errors
showing how something suggested in one of the answer is not working for me
Nov
9
comment FindRoot errors
@sebhofer Rationalize is not working out for me. Even though I am getting solutions, when I substitute the solutions into expressions whose values I have a good idea about I am getting non-sense answers. I can post the example in my question.
Nov
8
comment FindRoot errors
...phbbhtt.. my brains are fried. Ocfcourse.. I know what badFactor is.. literally ... I can't believe I asked the second part of the question. :)
Nov
8
comment FindRoot errors
@b.gatessucks whoa.. I got {-3.67838*10^-9, 208.209} when I tried {f1, f2} /. fr. Whats going on?
Nov
8
comment FindRoot errors
ok cool. so is the idea that f2(x)=good(x)*bad(x) then if bad(a)!=Infinity and good(a)=0 then a is a solution to f2 ? In my example, badFactor/.sol is around 10^16.. can we say that that's not (or not going to) Infinity?
Nov
8
comment FindRoot errors
@sebhofer... that's pretty cool. I'm trying to read Daniel's answer but since it has details of the other question, it is not immediately clear to me why Rationalize reduces any numerical instability or other issues. If you can expand a bit on why Rationalize works then that would be awesome Thanks
Nov
8
accepted DeleteCases messing with my mind
Nov
8
asked FindRoot errors
Nov
5
comment DeleteCases messing with my mind
@J.M. oh sweet... thank you!