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Aug
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comment How to modify the elements of a list in a loop?
@Mr.Wizard thank you for the answer
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accepted How to modify the elements of a list in a loop?
Aug
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comment How to modify the elements of a list in a loop?
@MichaelE2 I edited the question
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comment How to modify the elements of a list in a loop?
@MichaelE2 sorry, but I do not understand what I need to state. Doesn't my question state that I need to modify many elements so I need to use a loop for this. It does not matter whether I will get these values via Print[points]; or Print[{item1, item2, item3, item4}]; as in my code. The main problem is to perform a series of modifications on a list of values in a loop in the shortest way
Aug
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comment How to modify the elements of a list in a loop?
@MichaelE2 if I remove f#, N[#], semicolon and print in order to use the exact version of Alexei's answer, it still does not give the correct result.
Aug
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Aug
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comment How to modify the elements of a list in a loop?
@Mr.Wizard I reworded the question
Aug
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comment How to modify the elements of a list in a loop?
@AlexeiBoulbitch, I've just expanded the question
Aug
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revised How to modify the elements of a list in a loop?
expanded the question in order to remove it from the 'on hold' category
Aug
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Aug
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comment How to modify the elements of a list in a loop?
it yields some strange result. The result consists of a list with inner list which contains 36 lists, which I can assume are the results of each matrix apply, that is 12 points of the first matrix product,12 of the second one and 12 of the last. Am I correct?
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asked How to modify the elements of a list in a loop?
Jul
29
comment Is it possible to plot a second-order curve by its non-canonical equation?
thank you very much
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accepted Is it possible to plot a second-order curve by its non-canonical equation?
Jul
29
comment Is it possible to plot a second-order curve by its non-canonical equation?
sorry, my question was incorrect to some point. I meant to set axes origin at 0,0, is it possible? Google says nothing
Jul
29
comment Is it possible to plot a second-order curve by its non-canonical equation?
could you suggest how can I draw the x and y axes on this plot, please?
Jul
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awarded  Editor
Jul
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comment Is it possible to plot a second-order curve by its non-canonical equation?
@RahulNarain thank you for spotting xy.
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