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Nov
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answered ListPlot3D with small (but acceptable) precision
Nov
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comment TransformedDistribution using n iid random variables
iid[k_, dist_] := TransformedDistribution[Sum[a[i]^2, {i, k}], Table[Distributed[a[i], dist], {i, k}]]
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comment TransformedDistribution using n iid random variables
you asked for the sum of iid variables. If you want the sum of the squares of iid variables, add a square to a[i]
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answered TransformedDistribution using n iid random variables
Nov
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comment TransformedDistribution using n iid random variables
ChiSquareDistribution[k]?
Nov
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answered Increment in Manipulate does not seem correct
Oct
13
comment PDE with Integral constraint
A Lagrange multiplier doesn't work?
Oct
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answered How to plot the movement of points as I change the slider
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answered Wrong answer from DSolve?
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awarded  Curious
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Notable Question
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asked Check if a (possibly nested) list is real
Feb
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comment Maximization of a function within a unit square
It will be much simpler if you give concrete, explicit examples, with formulas and numbers, both for the areas and for the function you wish to optimize
Feb
10
comment Maximization of a function within a unit square
It is not entirely clear to me what you're trying to do, but here's a thought: this calculates the area that satisfies a a given condition, Integrate[Boole[condition[x,y]], {x, 0, 1}, {y, 0, 1}] From that, you can go on and use any optimization algorithm in the market (Maximize, for example). If you want to do it numerically, which might be easier, you can use NIntegrate, rather than Integrate.
Feb
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comment How to increase range in Plot without exceeding maximum bounds?
Is there a special reason that you're using ParametricPlot Instead of LogLinearPlot?
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accepted Return partial result when MemoryConstrained aborts NDSolve
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comment Composing an image with a plot
I know we shouldn't write comments like "Thanks!" and so on, but thanks. That has just saved me probably a week of work and workarounds.