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Feb
17
comment How to change the expressions in terms of a specific variable?
Your question is unclear. Isn't the answer simply given by your third equation? That is, $$h=2y$$
Feb
2
comment NDSolve with initial condition: initial conditions did not evaluate to an array of numbers of depth 1(for 1D) or 2 (for 2D) on spatial grid
I would recommend to create a minimal example showing the problem. This way your pretty likely to find it yourself. For example, on my machine, if I delete the WhenEvent onwards, and work with the default options of NDSolve, the problem disappears.
Feb
2
awarded  Yearling
Feb
1
answered How to filter acoustic signal
Feb
1
comment How to filter acoustic signal
I don't quite understand. Isn't the output of FindPeaks exactly what you're looking for?
Feb
1
comment How to automate repetitive evaluation of a notebook from a parent notebook
I think a more concrete example will help us greatly in helping you.
Jan
14
accepted Replace expression, but only “outside” of a function
Jan
14
comment Replace expression, but only “outside” of a function
Thanks. But lists of replacement rules are executed consecutively, so this will not work.
Jan
14
asked Replace expression, but only “outside” of a function
Dec
11
answered Only show part of a cube below an intersecting plane
Dec
2
comment How to solve ReplaceAll problem inside Manipulate
A good habit will be to create a ''minimal working example'', that is, reproducing the problem with as little superfluous code as possible. This greatly increases the chances that (a) people will take the time to answer your question (b) the answer will be relevant to other users, and (c) you'll solve it on your own by trying to reduce the code.
Dec
2
accepted How to “undo” SetOptions (restore defaults)
Dec
1
asked How to “undo” SetOptions (restore defaults)
Nov
25
answered List Manipulation Via Conditionals
Nov
15
answered ListPlot3D with small (but acceptable) precision
Nov
15
comment TransformedDistribution using n iid random variables
iid[k_, dist_] := TransformedDistribution[Sum[a[i]^2, {i, k}], Table[Distributed[a[i], dist], {i, k}]]
Nov
15
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]
Nov
15
answered TransformedDistribution using n iid random variables
Nov
15
comment TransformedDistribution using n iid random variables
ChiSquareDistribution[k]?
Nov
2
answered Increment in Manipulate does not seem correct