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 16h revised Interpreting Mathematica output or producing cleaner output improved formatting 17h suggested approved edit on Interpreting Mathematica output or producing cleaner output 23h revised Problem with an If (Christoffel Symbols in Mathematica) improved code formatting 1d suggested approved edit on Problem with an If (Christoffel Symbols in Mathematica) 2d revised How to do linear fit for 2D data points improved formatting 2d suggested approved edit on How to do linear fit for 2D data points Apr30 revised Derived distribution improved formatting Apr30 suggested approved edit on Derived distribution Apr29 comment Plot a simple curve Ehm?.. What? What is the question? Do you have Wolfram Mathematica installed? Apr29 comment accessing solution of pde You could use this: u[x, t] /. sol /. {x -> 0, t -> 10}. Apr28 revised Simplify does not simplify improved formatting Apr28 suggested approved edit on Simplify does not simplify Apr26 revised DSolve with assumptions improved formatting Apr26 suggested approved edit on DSolve with assumptions Apr25 comment How to invert the default order of polynomial? So, can you share more about the use case. Apr25 comment How to invert the default order of polynomial? You could use TraditionalForm for this. Apr22 comment Something like MATLAB Cody for Mathematica? (Learning through exercises.) @Phab Actually, it's like ProjectEuler, but only Mathematica allowed and checked. Apr21 comment Integrate using \[Esc] int \[Esc] You should use \[Ctrl] + % for upper bound, it works for me (M10.1, Windows 8.1). \[Ctrl] + ^ is a superscript, it's an index. Apr20 revised Plotting 2nd order ODE solution for specific values of constants improved question formatting Apr20 suggested approved edit on Plotting 2nd order ODE solution for specific values of constants