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accepted Printing problem in our campus lab
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comment Plotting the region bounded by parallel lines
@ubpqdn I also updated the image.
Aug
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revised Plotting the region bounded by parallel lines
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Aug
19
comment Plotting the region bounded by parallel lines
One small error to correct here. Should be Abs[j].
Aug
19
comment Plotting the region bounded by parallel lines
Amazing use of Outer and Flatten. What a cool way to find the points of intersection of four curves. And thank for the intro to ConvexHullMesh.
Aug
19
comment Plotting the region bounded by parallel lines
I have learned a huge amount from this page. Thanks for the help.
Aug
19
comment Plotting the region bounded by parallel lines
Fabulous! Do you think you could do a nonlinear example for me, namely $\int\int_R\ y^2\,dA$, where $R$ is the region bounded by $xy=1$, $xy=2$, $xy^2=1$, and $xy^2=2$?
Aug
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accepted Plotting the region bounded by parallel lines
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Aug
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Aug
17
comment Using Padding with Text and Style
Showed an example of how I am using your idea. See my original post above.
Aug
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revised Using Padding with Text and Style
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17
comment Shading between polar graphs
Your code no longer produces these images in Mathematica 10.2. Using PolarPlot[Evaluate@{{1, -1} Sqrt[2 Cos[t]], 2 (1 - Cos[t])} does produce your images.
Aug
17
comment Shading between polar graphs
Added Evaluate to your code and it now works to give the posted images.
Aug
17
revised Shading between polar graphs
Repairing the code so that it gives the posted image.
Aug
17
comment Shading between polar graphs
If you look at the first image at http://mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/91634/mathematica-10-2-problem-w‌​ith-shading-between-polar-graphs?noredirect=1#comment249007_91634 you will see that the shaded region has a whole bunch of mesh lines. Your new code has those mesh lines on the mac (and probably windows) in Mathematica 10.2. The Method -> {"TransparentPolygonMesh" -> True} gets rid of those mesh lines.