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Jul
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comment Multiplying three matrices does not give expected form
@Szabolcs But I just typed in with Mathematica palletes: i.imgur.com/mtEIUI2.png
Jul
2
comment Multiplying three matrices does not give expected form
@Szabolcs I guess it's done.
Jul
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Jul
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asked Multiplying three matrices does not give expected form
Jun
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awarded  Nice Question
Jun
26
asked Does Mathematica have a built-in tool that allows one to operate on both sides of an equation?
Jun
13
comment How to find the solutions to $a+b+c+d=60$?
@Guesswhoitis. Yes. I made a crappy question (forgot the constraint) but somehow, he read my mind and guessed correctly what I was doing.
Jun
13
comment How to find the solutions to $a+b+c+d=60$?
@Guesswhoitis. No, non-negative integers.
Jun
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asked How to find the solutions to $a+b+c+d=60$?
May
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awarded  Nice Question
May
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awarded  Inquisitive
May
25
accepted How to use Table to assign values to variables in a list?
May
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asked How to use Table to assign values to variables in a list?
May
11
comment Can I open Mathematica to plot something via some kind of Windows command?
@bobthechemist No idea. I've looked into Scala documentation and found nothing. But I didn't look at gnuplot's documentation.
May
10
comment Can I open Mathematica to plot something via some kind of Windows command?
@Jens The second one.
May
10
comment Can I open Mathematica to plot something via some kind of Windows command?
@Jens What do you mean with "more professional"?
May
10
comment Can I open Mathematica to plot something via some kind of Windows command?
@Jens Yes. But do mathematica have commands to do something similar?
May
10
asked Can I open Mathematica to plot something via some kind of Windows command?
Apr
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