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Jul
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awarded  Nice Question
Jun
14
comment Forming product of function of prime factors
@DanielLichtblau: No, that has to be done.
Jun
13
comment Forming product of function of prime factors
Actually this was better than what I had anticipated, thanks.
Jun
13
comment Forming product of function of prime factors
@belisarius: If you are suggesting that the best way might be a short program then I can accept that.
Jun
13
asked Forming product of function of prime factors
Jan
28
comment Removing -> from list of numbers
Table[x /. v[[i]], {i, 1, n}] gave all of them too.
Jan
28
comment Removing -> from list of numbers
Thanks if you post it as an answer I will upvote and accept.
Jan
28
asked Removing -> from list of numbers
Jan
28
accepted Plotting a function, x = 1024
Jan
20
awarded  Commentator
Jan
20
comment Plotting a function, x = 1024
Both interesting comments. Will take the advice re formatting. My questions are usually basic so my ad hoc code has not been an issue to date. I see those days are over...Precision->20 worked, thanks.
Jan
20
asked Plotting a function, x = 1024
Dec
13
comment Plotting Chebyshev's theta function $\vartheta(x)$
Thank you, I hadn't seen "Riffle" before. This is a nice idea and I did notice for large n a lot of error messages before the Weisstein implementation actually displayed the graph. +1
Dec
12
accepted Plotting Chebyshev's theta function $\vartheta(x)$
Dec
12
comment Plotting Chebyshev's theta function $\vartheta(x)$
Thank you I had seen this but did not realize there was code to be found.
Dec
12
awarded  Editor
Dec
12
revised Plotting Chebyshev's theta function $\vartheta(x)$
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Dec
12
asked Plotting Chebyshev's theta function $\vartheta(x)$
Dec
4
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Dec
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