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Apr
30
revised Derived distribution
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Apr
30
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Apr
29
comment accessing solution of pde
You could use this: u[x, t] /. sol /. {x -> 0, t -> 10}.
Apr
28
revised Simplify does not simplify
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Apr
28
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Apr
26
revised DSolve with assumptions
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Apr
26
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Apr
25
comment How to invert the default order of polynomial?
So, can you share more about the use case.
Apr
25
comment How to invert the default order of polynomial?
You could use TraditionalForm for this.
Apr
22
comment Something like MATLAB Cody for Mathematica? (Learning through exercises.)
@Phab Actually, it's like ProjectEuler, but only Mathematica allowed and checked.
Apr
21
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.
Apr
20
revised Plotting 2nd order ODE solution for specific values of constants
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Apr
20
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Apr
18
comment Solve doesn't solve my transcendental equation
Can you add them too? Maybe it will be useful.
Apr
18
comment Solve doesn't solve my transcendental equation
I fear not, only some approximate solution, or a numeric one.
Apr
18
comment Solve doesn't solve my transcendental equation
Mathematica is unable to solve transcendental equation. Specially, when you have d in various combinations of transcendental functions.
Apr
18
revised Change numerical plot labels on one axis to strings
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Apr
18
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Apr
18
comment Analogue for Maple's dchange - change of variables in differential expressions
For a quiet long time of using Mathematica the Replace and ReplaceAll are more than enough and, actually, I found them much powerful than Maple's dchange.
Apr
18
comment Analogue for Maple's dchange - change of variables in differential expressions
possible duplicate of Change variables in differential expressions