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 Mar 26 awarded Notable Question Feb 3 comment How can I convert a complex number into an exponent form sorry if I'm wrong because I'm not sure about these terms in English, but isn't this an exponential form, not polar? Aug 18 comment How to modify the elements of a list in a loop? @Mr.Wizard thank you for the answer Aug 18 accepted How to modify the elements of a list in a loop? Aug 18 comment How to modify the elements of a list in a loop? @MichaelE2 I edited the question Aug 18 revised How to modify the elements of a list in a loop? deleted 252 characters in body Aug 18 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 18 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 18 revised How to modify the elements of a list in a loop? added 5 characters in body Aug 18 comment How to modify the elements of a list in a loop? @Mr.Wizard I reworded the question Aug 18 comment How to modify the elements of a list in a loop? @AlexeiBoulbitch, I've just expanded the question Aug 18 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 16 awarded Commentator Aug 16 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? Aug 16 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 Jul 29 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 29 awarded Editor