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Apr
17
reviewed Leave Open Using Assumptions in Expressions that Evaluate to be Elliptic Integrals
Apr
17
reviewed Leave Open Exporting in .dat format
Apr
17
reviewed Leave Open Function with translation property
Apr
17
comment How to make this beautiful animation
I think I've managed to find the source of the animation and added it to the question. In searching for it, I saw how rampant it is to rip off original art like this.
Apr
17
revised How to make this beautiful animation
Added source link
Apr
17
comment How can I create a graphic of a wedge of a cylinder (like a slice of pie)?
I made a function that can do that as part of this answer. It's called ellipse3D
Apr
16
comment How to make this beautiful animation
I strongly endorse the question by @ColtMcCormack as to the source of the animation posted in the question. You can't just post things like that without giving proper credit.
Apr
16
revised For loop works at top-level but not in a function
edited body
Apr
16
comment For loop works at top-level but not in a function
OK, I've added an explanation.
Apr
16
revised For loop works at top-level but not in a function
Added explanation
Apr
16
comment Approximating for $a \gg b$
@DanielLichtblau Your suggestion is the continuation of what I initially proposed, but what Lucas claimed "fails badly" - so I think he really wanted something that looks like what he wrote - numerical accuracy wasn't enough for him. That's why I settled on the O method instead.
Apr
16
comment For loop works at top-level but not in a function
With a slight modification it works - see my answer.
Apr
16
answered For loop works at top-level but not in a function
Apr
16
comment For loop works at top-level but not in a function
What is the input you're using? To reproduce the error you should let us know what list you actually used.
Apr
15
awarded  Good Answer
Apr
14
comment Is there a way to diagonally strike through a character or group of characters in a DisplayForm equation?
@ibeatty Thanks - looking at your last comment, I'm glad your original answer wasn't 42 because then I wouldn't know the question...
Apr
14
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
14
comment Is there a way to diagonally strike through a character or group of characters in a DisplayForm equation?
@ibeatty I think it's fixed now.
Apr
14
revised Is there a way to diagonally strike through a character or group of characters in a DisplayForm equation?
Works better with 2D Boxes
Apr
14
awarded  Nice Answer