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Always hopeful, yet discontent.
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— Rush, Tom Sawyer


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Jun
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comment Excel column label from integer
To clarify: if, say, the function is named spreadsheetColumn[], then spreadsheetColumn[27] should return "AA"?
Jun
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comment How to choose three points on the circle so that the triangle is not a right triangle?
Maybe include Circle[{-2, -1}, 5] too, to facilitate visualization.
Jun
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comment Solving this system of equations produces an error message about badly conditioned matrix
You'll want to look at Eigensystem[].
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comment Measuring the area of non analytical regions in a plot
I don't see you mentioning your "different reasons"; if you have the points comprising your curves, you can at the very least use the "shoelace formula" or fancier methods to get a good estimate of the area.
Jun
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revised How to choose three points on the circle so that the triangle is not a right triangle?
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revised Malliavin Derivative with Mathematica is it possible?
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comment Numerical Integration with InverseErfc
This is an answer, but apparently not for this question.
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revised Numerical Integration with InverseErfc
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revised I can't understand FindShortest Tour
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comment Trace of FullSimplify
"if it is possible for Mathematica to show the steps" - not in this case, I believe.
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comment Trace of FullSimplify
In general, the simplification methods internally used by Mathematica do not necessarily correspond to how one might simplify by hand; remember that a method that is simple for computers to do is not necessarily simple for humans, and vice-versa.