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accepted Importing numbers from Excel
Jan
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comment Importing numbers from Excel
@Nasser I first did what you have mentioned but it did not work.
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Sep
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comment Cartesian product of sets
I got the idea for filling the gap between the interval and the "cut" sequence. How about we use another set $B$ to fill the gap and take Cartesian product of $A\cup B$. For instance $B=\{1,31/30\}$ as a filler interval? But it seems that setting the size of the points and the width of the lines is the main issue.
Sep
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accepted Cartesian product of sets
Sep
24
comment Cartesian product of sets
How can we make width of lines and dots same size? Also, what would you suggest for $A=[0,1]\cup\{3/2,4/3,\cdots,(n+1)/n,\cdots\}$?
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asked Cartesian product of sets
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answered How can I make the Cartesian product of a list with itself?
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accepted Plotting a Complex Valued Function
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asked Plotting a Complex Valued Function
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answered Scale Insetted Characters to Plot