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 1d comment Is this the right way to use for loop The classic Mathematica function for this is Table. In your case you might replace the For-loop with Table[x[n] // N, {n, 20}]. 1d reviewed Edit Option for Simplify command in mathematica 1d revised Option for Simplify command in mathematica changed wrong tag 1d reviewed Approve Factoring an arbitary variable in mathematica 2d revised Plotting logistic maps added 49 characters in body 2d comment Bifurcation diagram for delayed dynamical system You are using incorrectly. It can only be used for solving equations of one or two dependent variables. Your boundary conditions are also expressed invalidly. 2d revised Bifurcation diagram for delayed dynamical system edited tags 2d comment Time and distance problem Math.SE is where you should post. 2d revised Time and distance problem edited body 2d comment Time and distance problem 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. 2d reviewed Looks OK Mathematica built-in function that translates number strings to numbers 2d comment How does WolframAlpha calculate closed form approximations of irrational numbers? I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it concerns the working of Wolfram|Alpha, a topic which has been explicitly declared off-topic for this site. 2d revised Integrate producing bad result added 2 characters in body; edited title 2d revised How to find roots using the bisection method Routine clean-up 2d revised Evaluating interpolating functions embedded in equation Routine clean-up 2d revised Simplify assuming $x$ is small Routine clean-up 2d reviewed Leave Open Creating a bifurcation diagram of the logistics map 2d revised Creating a bifurcation diagram of the logistics map deleted 15 characters in body; edited title Apr 28 revised 4-digit number, where $d_{1000} \lt d_{100} \lt d_{10}\lt d_{1}$ Routine clean-up Apr 27 answered Drop in nested tables?