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comment Finding volume of a segment
@Corse Yes, you can. It requires an additional point (ref) and a corresponding code rewriting.
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comment Finding volume of a segment
@Corse Sorry, I don't understand you. My answer has derivation of area[p_, abc_] and it takes p as a normal vector, not an angle.
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answered Preparing data for making an ErrorListPlot
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answered Make further objects blurry?
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revised Problem with converting \frac into mathematica output
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answered Problem with converting \frac into mathematica output
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comment Problem with converting \frac into mathematica output
I can't find that it is duplicate, so I post it as an answer to avoid unanswered questions.
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comment Problem with converting \frac into mathematica output
You should escape "\" by second "\": ToExpression["\\frac{2}{3}", TeXForm]
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answered Isolating cross terms
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comment To find a surface with constant Gauss curvature
Related: (72203)
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comment $L = \lim\limits_{z \to 1} \frac{1-z}{1-z^\ast}$ evaluates incorrectly
Just to illustrate the issue: img