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comment Transformation syntax with shortcuts to a more explicit syntax for an equation
Before that: could you clarify the " I no longer the good result in my program"? Why did you say that it didn't work anymore after making things all explicit?
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comment Transformation syntax with shortcuts to a more explicit syntax for an equation
If you detest the nonalphanumerics, you can certainly go further: Apply[Sequence, Map[Function[z, XMLNote[z, m]], attributes]]
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revised swing of the pendulum
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revised Convolution of two distribution functions
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revised Convolving/integrating problems
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revised Convolve does not get the correct answer
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comment swing of the pendulum
Put another way: can you offer us any code you've done in your attempts?
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revised Lower branch of Lambert W function in mathematica
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comment How to define $\operatorname{Mc}$ and $\operatorname{Ms}$ Mathieu functions in terms of MathieuC and MathieuS?
A bit long, yes, but it's certainly nice of you to go through the trouble. (I'll upvote when I can again.)
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revised DeleteVertex in Kpartite graph
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comment Help needed with assignment
…and, what about your coding attempts?
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comment Calling Correct Function for Plotting DiracDelta
This should probably be a new question instead of an answer to this question.
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comment How can we plot the complex roots of an equation?
I suppose it's only somewhat related, but have you seen Kalantari's polynomiography, by any chance?
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comment Finding a 3d curve from torsion and curvature with NDSolve
Back when version 5 was new, they actually promoted NDSolve[]'s brand-new ability to handle vector-valued DEs by using the Frenet-Serret equations as an example.
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revised How can we plot the complex roots of an equation?
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comment Use Do to evaluate an expression over two indices $i \ne j$ (over a list of tuples)?
After putting in the Iverson brackets, you don't need to take signs anymore. :)
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revised Elegant way to drop rest of a string at the occurence of a character
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comment Elegant way to drop rest of a string at the occurence of a character
Ah, that's what I get for trying to answer without a computer. :D Thanks again, @Alexey.
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comment Use Do to evaluate an expression over two indices $i \ne j$ (over a list of tuples)?
Iverson brackets seem clearer to me for this, tho: Boole[i != j]. Also, since you're using mat for matrix products anyway, you don't really need the application of Normal[].
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revised How to convert long integers in the expression into the products of their prime factors via Mathematica?
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