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Aug
11
suggested suggested edit on Problem with NDSolve in Mathematica 9 / 10
Aug
9
comment Verify factorization of RSA numbers
It works for much larger numbers too.
Aug
7
comment WhenEvent “StopIntegration” problem
@jacob You're code works too, I think you just want to plot to 10 and it will plot, because it's an InterpolationFunction and can plot outside the defined range.
Aug
7
answered WhenEvent “StopIntegration” problem
Aug
5
revised No menu in Mathematica 10 under Ubuntu 14.04
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Aug
5
comment No menu in Mathematica 10 under Ubuntu 14.04
@chuy Added. Also, changing setting to show menu bar in the window have no effect.
Aug
5
revised No menu in Mathematica 10 under Ubuntu 14.04
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Aug
5
comment No menu in Mathematica 10 under Ubuntu 14.04
@Öskå You've notice that the top bar included. I know about the global menu.
Aug
5
revised No menu in Mathematica 10 under Ubuntu 14.04
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Aug
5
asked No menu in Mathematica 10 under Ubuntu 14.04
Aug
4
comment Negative number modular positive number ?
Mathematica 10 and Mathematica 9.
Aug
4
comment Negative number modular positive number ?
Uhm... What? It didn't evaluate it M10 or M9. Are you talking about Mod?
Aug
4
answered Selecting a specific complex number from a list
Aug
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revised Selecting a specific complex number from a list
improved formatting
Aug
4
suggested suggested edit on Selecting a specific complex number from a list
Aug
2
comment How do I format expressions so that replacement rules correctly apply to exponents?
@Susan Maybe you can use HoldForm somewhere earlier? I currently don't think of any way to convert a^2 to a a.
Aug
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revised How do I format expressions so that replacement rules correctly apply to exponents?
small fixes
Aug
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suggested suggested edit on How do I format expressions so that replacement rules correctly apply to exponents?
Aug
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answered How do I format expressions so that replacement rules correctly apply to exponents?
Aug
2
revised How do I format expressions so that replacement rules correctly apply to exponents?
improved formatting