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17
comment Incomplete Integration in Area
The "NIntegrate" method should work here. It's being overly strictly in how it's testing the endpoints. I will file a bug and try to fix this for the next release. Thanks.
Dec
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answered Bug in ArcLength?
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Oct
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answered Keyboard shortcut for changing style of selected text (NOT the whole cell)
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comment Dispatch displays rules incorrectly and evaluates when displaying
@JacobAkkerboom This issue is now fixed and should make its way into version 10.0.1.
Aug
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answered What's the difference between Inactive and HoldForm?
Aug
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answered Why does TraditionalForm[Inactivate[x y]] show x * y ? instead of x y?
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answered Dispatch displays rules incorrectly and evaluates when displaying
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Jan
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answered install mathematica 9 on linux encounter “Glibc_2.4” not found
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answered Manipulate code creates error messages when file is opened
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Dec
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comment How to create an executable notebook in Mac OS X
@Jens--to explain further: the Mathematica executable is the FrontEnd executable; it doesn't read from standard input and is not scriptable. You wanted either MathKernel or (better yet) MathematicaScript, as expalined here.
Dec
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answered What is the difference between Reduce and Solve?
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Dec
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comment Possible bug in v9.0 Rest[] function
The function is tried in both cases. The near-but-not-actual sequentiality is relevant but minor factor. The main difference is size of the integers. When solving integer equations involving 10000 numbers, the extra two digits require significantly more time/space, which allow the bug to be triggered.