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accepted How to obtain Padé approximant of $\log(x)$?
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comment How to obtain Padé approximant of $\log(x)$?
Indeed, I was under impression that I must expand around $x=0$ if I don't want a shifted result.
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asked How to obtain Padé approximant of $\log(x)$?
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Oct
30
accepted Why don't these assumptions result in further simplification?
Oct
30
asked Why don't these assumptions result in further simplification?
Oct
21
comment What do I do when I get an “Iterator does not have appropriate bounds” error?
@Szabolcs I don't currently have access to such a system. Also, it seems it'll take quite some time to check more than $2^{31}-1$ iterations. I hoped you might know from some docs.
Oct
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comment What do I do when I get an “Iterator does not have appropriate bounds” error?
Is this max number of iterations the same on x86-64 systems?
Oct
15
comment Manipulate slider unresponsive after suspend in Linux
@AndrewNeitzke, it's not limited to laptops. It happens to me on all my desktops as well as netbooks.
Oct
10
revised Working with abstract vectors
Change example input to code instead of image
Oct
10
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comment What is the equation to plot a vertical line?
@Cory don't forget that you can accept the answer if it solves your question.
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Nice Question
Aug
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revised How to un-eat memory?
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comment Why does Mathematica simplify $x/x\to1$?
$\sqrt{x^2}$ is also defined for $x\le0$. It's the whole point of it — to be defined for all x (it's $|x|$ in disguise).
Aug
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comment Why does Mathematica simplify $x/x\to1$?
@Jens So how exactly do I use Assumptions for this? See update of the question.
Aug
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revised Why does Mathematica simplify $x/x\to1$?
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comment Why does Mathematica simplify $x/x\to1$?
Here it's not a problem: D gives an expression, which is undefined for $x=0$. It's quite a correct result for function, which isn't differentiable at $x=0$. But then simplifying it to $0$ makes it defined at $x=0$ too, which is incorrect.
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asked Why does Mathematica simplify $x/x\to1$?