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 Mar6 comment Multiple NIntegral with singularity The syntax is NIntegrate[ f1[v] f4[u] ,{v,1,z},{u,1,v}] . Read the manual. Mar6 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. Mar6 comment Multiple NIntegral with singularity In FF, you do not write NIntegrate twice, that is the wrong syntax. Again, look at the documentation. Jan16 awarded Critic Sep5 awarded Nice Question Sep4 accepted How to find first list element that differs from average of N previous elements by more than a given amount? Sep4 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! Sep4 awarded Yearling Sep4 asked How to find first list element that differs from average of N previous elements by more than a given amount? Aug30 asked How can I append Mathematica variables to an output file preserving both names and values? Aug21 comment Errors when using ParallelTable inside a package Thanks... I'm new to writing Packages and this is a great help! Aug21 accepted Errors when using ParallelTable inside a package Aug21 asked Errors when using ParallelTable inside a package Aug20 comment How can I specify a numerical order for variables? @Artes - Thanks for the valuable comments. My code is working now! Tom Aug19 awarded Scholar Aug19 awarded Supporter Aug19 accepted How can I specify a numerical order for variables? Aug19 awarded Student Aug19 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! Aug18 awarded Editor