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answered Manipulating form of output redux
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reviewed No Action Needed How to create a vertical (smooth) Histogram on the y-axis of a function graph for an uncertain x?
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comment Can I code a conditional jump between cells in a notebook?
Your example is better written: f[a_] := Module[{x = a/2., xp = a}, Label[begin]; If[Abs[xp - x] < 1.*^-8, Return[x]]; xp = x; x = .5 (x + a/x); Goto[begin]]
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comment Large lists to manipulate later in chunks
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it the only current solution is: buy more memory
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comment Keep leading/trailing zeroes (like Defer except with numbers) in a given number
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because the OP is asking for the impossible
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comment How to make a cell highlight on mouse down?
What you are asking for is not the normal behavior for openers even outside of Mathematica.
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comment What Method values are available for Plot?
possible duplicate of How can one find undocumented options or option values in Mathematica?
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revised How to remove Conjugate when it appears in a real-valued expression?
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comment How to let Mathematica ignore complex values in Plot functions?
@LCFactorization. Your error messages come from your Epilog code. Graphics primitives don't tolerate complex values the way Plot does.
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comment How can I avoid getting the message Solve::ratnz?
I am not sure I understand your most recent question, but why don't you try it and see what happens. When I set he interval for b to be [1, 10] , I get the same results for rootmin for those values of g that gave values in the range [1, 2], but I also was able to get values of rootmin at least down to g = 0.05. I didn't try any smaller values of g,