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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?
Apr
23
reviewed Approve Can TreeForm be displayed “sideways”?
Apr
21
reviewed No Action Needed Plot of a periodic triangular wave