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comment Possible Bug in ArrayMesh
Can reproduce this new kind of craziness in 10.4 on Win 10-64bit-NVIDIA gpu....
Mar
31
comment Rotate from 0<=X<infinity
@george2079 Ya missed that :( thx for correcting.
Mar
31
comment Rotate from 0<=X<infinity
Check documentation before posting... try this RevolutionPlot3D[{x, Exp[-x]}, {x, 0, 9}, PlotRange -> All, AspectRatio -> 1/2] Its is not possible to plot anything up to Infinity given your screen being probably finite :) But the volume you can compute by simple integration.
Mar
10
comment How to approximate the solution of a system of quartic equations
Replace the = with == in your Reduce and also check documentation for those respective symbols.
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Feb
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reviewed Close Transpose two uneven lists
Feb
23
reviewed Close How to write a function in the divide-and-conquer style
Feb
9
revised Expression of an integral
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9
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Feb
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reviewed Reopen Masked Image Registration/Alignment/Correlation
Feb
6
comment MatrixForm in Mathematica
MatrixForm acts as a "wrapper", which affects printing, but not evaluation. Further calculations can't be done with a matrix if you apply MatrixForm on it's definition. It is just a function to pretty print or visualize a matrix in Mathematica.
Feb
5
comment Changing from Cartesian to polar coordinates in partial differential equation
Here is the link @Kuba was referring to.
Feb
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reviewed Close Color a single contour from a ListContourPlot3D using values from a list
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reviewed Close Visualize how a function varies as its parameters vary
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revised Finding a vector many times
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reviewed Approve How to make a contour shading like this
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answered How to make a contour shading like this
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31
reviewed Approve Max of imported numerical data will not work