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Oct
19
accepted Problem with Style in a Plot
Oct
19
comment Problem with Style in a Plot
@Verbeia thank you very much for pointing out. Very good moderator)
Oct
19
comment Problem with Style in a Plot
thank you very much for the answer. It solved my problem completely. I wonder one more little thing if you dont mind. If I have say $4$ legend terms and I want to make a $2\times 2$ legend. How can I do it? I mean in the default case it lists $4$ items one under the other one. Thanks.
Oct
19
asked Problem with Style in a Plot
Jul
13
accepted 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
Jul
13
comment 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
I posted an answer and the only problem is about NSolve. Please let me know if you have any idea to deal with this problem.
Jul
13
answered 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
Jul
13
revised 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
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Jul
12
comment 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
@RahulNarain yes he was right. I just edited.
Jul
12
revised 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
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Jul
12
revised 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
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Jul
12
comment 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
@Algohi I mean it can be identified as $\lambda_0=f(x,y_0,y_1,k)$ and similarly for $f_1$ from $f_0=0$ and $f_1=0$.
Jul
12
comment 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
@Algohi didnt work (( I think I need to mention also that $f_0=0$ and $f_1=0$.
Jul
12
revised 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
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Jul
12
comment 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
@Algohi that should be a 3D function. Let me explain. We can write it as $x=f(y_0,y_1)$ and for each $(y_0,y_1)$ we have a value of $x$. I am only interested in the values of $x$ which are in $[0,1]$. OK I think I forgot to mention that I have $f_0=0$, $f_1=0$, $f_2=0$! I must edit. Sorry for that.
Jul
12
revised 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
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Jul
12
asked 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
Jun
23
revised Calculating the recursion at the Fourier domain
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Jun
23
comment Calculating the recursion at the Fourier domain
@m_goldberg okay i got the point. Thank you very much.
Jun
23
comment Calculating the recursion at the Fourier domain
@m_goldberg no i dont have any good reason. I used to use $:=$ do you think it is better to replace all $:=$ with $=$?