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revised Is it possible to have Mathematica move all terms to one side of an equation?
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May
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answered Is it possible to have Mathematica move all terms to one side of an equation?
Apr
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comment How can I style text like in the documentation?
Are you looking for the tutorial/EnteringTwoDimensionalInput in the Mathematica Documentation?
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Apr
25
comment How to format numbers with at least one figure after the decimal point
@murray Yes, but for 0 and 1 I find giving an Integer is fine. In german numbers are never written in the form "27." or ".27" etc, the dot (we use a comma) has alway to be between to digits.
Apr
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answered How to format numbers with at least one figure after the decimal point
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accepted How to format numbers with at least one figure after the decimal point
Apr
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comment How to format numbers with at least one figure after the decimal point
This is a pretty good way for "normal" numbers. But how to to handle `ScientificForm[300.]?
Apr
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comment How to format numbers with at least one figure after the decimal point
No, that's not exactly what I want. I want to change the output of all numbers which Mma displays ending with a dot to be displayed with one appended 0. So 4.1 is good, but 4. should print 4.0. I don't want to have a fixed number of decimals.
Apr
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asked How to format numbers with at least one figure after the decimal point
Apr
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answered How to set different labelstyles for controls in manipulate?
Apr
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answered How to use ForAll in Reduce
Apr
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answered Save and call matrices with large output in Mathematica
Apr
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revised Finding real roots of negative numbers (for example, $\sqrt[3]{-8}$)
corrected a typo in output.
Apr
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revised GridLines in LogPlot or LogLogPlot
Remove wrong braces in code.
Apr
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answered GridLines in LogPlot or LogLogPlot
Apr
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comment GridLines in LogPlot or LogLogPlot
@Szabolcs something similiar I even tried, but this gives more than three lines in one decade. I would like to have n lines, if the list has length 3.
Apr
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Apr
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comment GridLines in LogPlot or LogLogPlot
@Szabolcs: Yes, I know, that I can give the list explicitly. But I search for a way to only give the values in one "decade", which then applies for every decade. Something like gridlines[{1,2,5},{1,3,7}], which sets lines in each decade at these values.
Apr
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asked GridLines in LogPlot or LogLogPlot