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Jul
19
comment Dynamic insertion of variables
#1 vec0[[1]] + #2 vec0[[2]] + #3 vec0[[3]]; Solve[{-(#1/Sqrt[2]) - #2/Sqrt[2] + #3/Sqrt[3], #2/Sqrt[ 2] + #3/Sqrt[3], #1/Sqrt[2] + #3/Sqrt[3]} == {1, 0, 0}] {{#1 -> -(Sqrt[2]/3), #2 -> -(Sqrt[2]/3), #3 -> 1/Sqrt[3]}}
Jul
19
comment Dynamic insertion of variables
As I see it, using an undisclosed number of alphanumeric (or combination of alphanumeric) characters as variables may run into problems with previously defined constants.
Jul
19
comment Dynamic insertion of variables
I can use the #i as variables just as well.
Jul
19
comment Dynamic insertion of variables
I would like the program to determine the number of variables needed as well.
Jul
19
asked Dynamic insertion of variables
May
25
accepted How does Mathematica calculate its AdjacencyMatrix[ ] and VertexDegree[ ]
May
25
asked How does Mathematica calculate its AdjacencyMatrix[ ] and VertexDegree[ ]
Apr
16
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
27
comment Is there a bug in MatrixExp in Mathematica v10?
Yes, thank you. I'll look forward to another update to ver 10.
Mar
23
accepted Is there a bug in MatrixExp in Mathematica v10?
Mar
22
awarded  Commentator
Mar
22
comment Is there a bug in MatrixExp in Mathematica v10?
Thanks, I'll just use ver 9.
Mar
22
asked Is there a bug in MatrixExp in Mathematica v10?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Mar
16
awarded  Yearling
Oct
29
comment Question about Solve
Yes, that would explain it.
Oct
29
asked Question about Solve
Aug
12
accepted Simplifying a trigonometric expression
Aug
10
comment Simplifying a trigonometric expression
This is OK but ineloquent.
Aug
10
revised Simplifying a trigonometric expression
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