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 May10 awarded Critic May9 comment Extract current viewing parameters from a 3D view? @cormullion 1.) If you don't move, rotate, ... the grahphics with the mouse, the output will be an empty list. 2.) Yes, you have to Ctrl+Shilt+L the graphcs between the [ ]. The ll used in the definition will then be replaces by the graphic (which is a mathematica object like any other). May9 answered Extract current viewing parameters from a 3D view? May9 comment How to find the smallest root @Artes Ok that is what we call a "weak" monotonic function. May9 comment How to find the smallest root I'm a bit confused. For a monotonic, continuous, differentiable function F with supremum c all values F[t] are less then c. Or am I missing something? Could you show the definition of F? May9 answered About the number format in ticks May8 comment Solving complex equations I think WRI has thougt about the Assumptions option of PowerExoand. I wrote the default were True, but it is Automatic. Look what Power[(a b)^n,Assumptions->#]&/@{Automatic,True} does. $Assumptions defaults to True, so Assumptions->$Assumptions is not appropriate for PowerExpand May8 answered Solving complex equations May8 comment Solving complex equations Not all functions with Assumtion Option do have the default Assumptions->$Assumptions. AFAIK the only one which doesn't is PowerExpand with default Assumptions->True. So Assuming works only for Functions having the default option Assumptions->$Assumptions. May8 awarded Nice Answer May7 revised Rationalize the Denominator by Default corrected a typo in input. May7 comment Rationalize the Denominator by Default @rmv sorry I missed to copy this definition. I've added it to my answer. May7 revised Rationalize the Denominator by Default Added definition of EvaluiereAt May7 revised Rationalize the Denominator by Default inserted a line break May7 answered Rationalize the Denominator by Default May7 awarded Fanatic May7 answered Attaching persistent assumptions to symbol definition May6 answered Conditional expression May1 revised Is it possible to have Mathematica move all terms to one side of an equation? changed comment to edit May1 answered Is it possible to have Mathematica move all terms to one side of an equation?