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Jun
15
reviewed Approve How To interactively create a Polygon in a Graphic?
Jun
15
reviewed Approve Manipulate fails with f[x]=x^k/(1+x^k)
Jun
5
reviewed Approve Rewriting one expression using a variable representing another expression
Jun
5
reviewed Approve Numerical vs Symbolic Integration: Loss of precision
Jun
4
comment Switching the ordinate and abscissa causes problem in `ParametricPlot`
It worked because your list effectively requested two parametric plots (new[x] and x), though the second parametric plot was underspecified and thus ignored by MMA.
Jun
4
answered Switching the ordinate and abscissa causes problem in `ParametricPlot`
Jun
4
revised Making a Mathematica package manager?
Fixed minor typo
Jun
4
answered How to calculate this integral?
Jun
4
comment How to calculate this integral?
I'm also unable to get MMA to calculate the integral symbolically. However, you can calculate it numerically for a given value of a: NIntegrate[(Exp[-a x] (x^2 - 1)^(13/2)/x^10) /. {a -> 0.1}, {x, 1, [Infinity]}]
Jun
3
comment How to compute this triple integral?
Heh. Sometimes it's better to be lucky than to be smart!
Jun
3
answered How to compute this triple integral?
Jun
1
reviewed Approve Placing many arrowheads on curves
May
19
reviewed Approve Find a word's linguistic pronunciation
May
8
reviewed Approve How do I upload a graph as an adjacency list and find the betweenness centrality?
Apr
30
reviewed Approve Adjust the opacity of the lines in a ListPlot
Apr
28
revised Meaning of backtick in conjunction with units
Added units tag
Apr
25
comment How to solve a non-linear equation?
I should leave this to the mathematicians, but I seriously doubt you're going to find a symbolic solution. If you want a numeric solution, you need to specify the values of a, b, c...
Apr
25
comment How to solve a non-linear equation?
Ummm…are you looking for a symbolic solution in terms of the unknowns or a numerical solution (in which case you need to provide values for the a, b, c…). Regardless, what makes you think there is a solution?
Apr
25
comment Histogram scale error when using DistributionChart
It seems as though there's a "minimum" bar size for HistogramDensity, which definitely distorts the distribution. Unfortunately, I can't offer a suggestion for eliminating the problem (other than to choose a different approach to plotting the distribution, such as SmoothDensity).
Apr
23
reviewed Approve Horizontal Tree Layout?