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comment How can I make the output from Solve look nice?
That polynomial doesn't have nice roots, so I'm not sure what you are expecting. Perhaps Times @@ Roots[...] /. x == r_ -> x - r
Jan
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comment How can I make the output from Solve look nice?
@GeorgeMills See the edit for what s2 looks like.
Jan
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revised How can I make the output from Solve look nice?
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Jan
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answered How can I make the output from Solve look nice?
Jan
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comment A Sierpinski-ish structure, via 2D automata
I think removing the r___ in your fruit checking rule should do the trick. Once sorted, the same coordinates should be adjacent in the list. No need to check every possible pair.
Jan
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revised How to use Graphics@Rotate@Show@Graphics without “Graphics is not a Graphics primitive or directive.”
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Jan
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comment Finding unit tangent, normal, and binormal vectors for a given r(t)
I can't say I've heard the term 'reper' before. My googling suggests that it's not commonly used at all.
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Dec
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comment _?NumericQ equivalent for lists
How about just: p : {_?NumericQ ..}
Dec
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comment Drawing a torus not bounding a solid torus
I can't say I'm particularly au fait with stereographic projections, so I'm not sure what you are expecting. But the surface of your knot goes through the origin, so dividing by the norm is going to make things fly off to infinity.
Dec
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answered How to add images where each represents a different color channel?
Dec
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comment Evaluating a Recursive Expression
Making sure than n is an integer makes it a bit safer. Define the function with P[n_Integer, x] := .... But as acl notes, you still can't simplify before you give it a value.
Dec
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answered Spreading colors in ListContourPlot
Dec
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answered Revolution plot with 2 variable
Dec
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comment Plotting Chebyshev's theta function $\vartheta(x)$
You might need some more PlotPoints in there to get rid of that wee glitch in the middle.
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Dec
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answered Levels: how do they work?
Nov
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comment Insert $+$, $-$, $\times$, $/$, $($, $)$ into $123456789$ to make it equal to $100$
By my back of the envelope calculation, you'd be looking at over 600 million combinations. This would take about 10 hours to run on my computer. Maybe I should try 1,2,3,4 = 10 or something.
Nov
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answered How to create InterpolatingFunction from data?