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answered Why doesn't this function definition work?
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revised Why doesn't this function definition work?
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revised Plotting a periodic function
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reviewed No Action Needed Difficulty in replacing variables with list of variables for a function for FindMaximum application
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answered Can I convert a 3-D plot into a 2-D plot?
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comment Differential equation
@MarkoDamnjanovic. There are no steps when Mathematica software is used to solve the equation.
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comment Differential equation
Welcome to Mathematica.SE. Are you sure you are posting on the right site? There is nothing in your question making it clear that it is concerned with Mathematica software.
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revised Particular solution for non-homogeneous differential equation
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comment Can I convert a 3-D plot into a 2-D plot?
Either Plot[Evaluate[FreeEnergy /. M -> 0], {P, -2.35669, 2.35669}] or Plot[Evaluate[FreeEnergy /. P -> 0], {M, -2.05216, 2.05217}].
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comment Creating a function takes a list and dynamically modifies that list
@Kuba. I don't agree. It's a simple question with a simple answer, but it certainly is an issue that often comes up.
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answered Creating a function takes a list and dynamically modifies that list
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