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comment Multiple NIntegral with singularity
The syntax is NIntegrate[ f1[v] f4[u] ,{v,1,z},{u,1,v}] . Read the manual.
Mar
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comment Solving for a variable within a definite integral using FindRoot
Don't use P=0 as your starting value, since your function blows up there.
Mar
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comment Multiple NIntegral with singularity
In FF, you do not write NIntegrate twice, that is the wrong syntax. Again, look at the documentation.
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Sep
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accepted How to find first list element that differs from average of N previous elements by more than a given amount?
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comment How to find first list element that differs from average of N previous elements by more than a given amount?
Thanks to all for the excellent answers. Too bad I can't accept all of them!
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asked How to find first list element that differs from average of N previous elements by more than a given amount?
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asked How can I append Mathematica variables to an output file preserving both names and values?
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comment Errors when using ParallelTable inside a package
Thanks... I'm new to writing Packages and this is a great help!
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accepted Errors when using ParallelTable inside a package
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asked Errors when using ParallelTable inside a package
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comment How can I specify a numerical order for variables?
@Artes - Thanks for the valuable comments. My code is working now! Tom
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accepted How can I specify a numerical order for variables?
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Aug
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comment How can I specify a numerical order for variables?
Thanks, Daniel, that's what I had in mind. I want the variable to acquire the property, so I can rely on it being evaluated properly in different contexts (If[h > d0, ...], or Sign[h-d0], etc). What I'm doing is having Mathematica solve a set of equations that are set up for a layered medium, where the behavior of some functions depends on whether the layer is above or below the source. I'll vote you up when I get the points!
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