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 2d comment NSolve won't act on very large powers @Jeff, did you try increasing the setting of WorkingPrecision instead? 2d revised Wolfram Cloud and reCAPTCHA edited tags 2d revised How dangerous is 'Overflow occurred in computation' message? edited tags 2d comment How dangerous is 'Overflow occurred in computation' message? …and by sharing your code, we just might be able to propose reformulations that avoid your overflow problems altogether. 2d revised Kernel crashes when computing finite difference mixed derivative with respect to y & z but works fine when computing with respect to x & y or x & z? edited tags 2d comment Wolfram Cloud and reCAPTCHA Maybe you can use their API with the built-in functionality for APIs? 2d comment The Disc and Washer Methods Have you looked at RevolutionPlot3D[] already? 2d awarded Nice Answer 2d revised Calculate $\pi$ using Monte Carlo methods edited tags Apr 25 comment Construct certain univariate functions over bounded interval having given set of moments This seems more like a math question than a Mathematica question. Apr 25 comment Find the number of $n$ such that $n!$ is a sum of three squares Huh, would've thought keeping everything in integers would be faster. Oh well. Apr 25 comment Find the number of $n$ such that $n!$ is a sum of three squares It's annoying that BitShiftRight[] is still uncompilable. Otherwise, nice! BTW: I'd use Quotient[m, 2] instead of Floor[m/2]. Apr 25 revised Use Map on a Function with two variables edited tags Apr 25 comment NSolve won't act on very large powers Huh. If you set WorkingPrecision to anything other than the default value, it works. Apr 25 comment Checking if input is a function BTW, you might also be interested in PolynomialQ[]. Apr 25 comment Checking if input is a function Variables[#^2 - # + 7] will work, tho. Apr 25 revised Plot values of an $m\times n$ matrix on the complex plane with color varying along $m$ added 27 characters in body; edited tags; edited title Apr 25 revised Find the number of $n$ such that $n!$ is a sum of three squares deleted 7 characters in body; edited tags Apr 25 answered Return a sentence with numerical values Apr 25 revised FindInstance function edited tags