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Aug
13
comment How to make a stereogram in Mathematica? (2)
I see pyramid on left, pyramid hole on right. I don't see a triangle.
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
28
awarded  Announcer
Jun
17
comment Using a variable for two different purposes
+1, another fine answer. I'll play with it for a few days before I accept anything.
Jun
16
comment Using a variable for two different purposes
A003814 == (j = Table[n, {n, 1, 10}]) works!
Jun
16
comment Using a variable for two different purposes
I tried it and it's getting closer. It finds the OEIS page. I'm still playing with it.
Jun
16
comment Using a variable for two different purposes
Assignment (=) doesn't work. This does work A003814 == Table[n, {n, 1, 10}] except the hyperlink keeps the entire string so doesn't find anything. So the StringJoin should truncate at 7 characters.
Jun
16
comment Using a variable for two different purposes
+1, looks promising.
May
28
revised Is there a better way to create my rotational-symmetric (180 degrees) rectangles?
fixed function per edit in answer below
May
28
revised Is there a better way to create my rotational-symmetric (180 degrees) rectangles?
replaced my product with the conventional LCM
May
27
revised Is there a better way to create my rotational-symmetric (180 degrees) rectangles?
aligned code to look better, for linking from a math.SE question
May
24
revised Is there a better way to create my rotational-symmetric (180 degrees) rectangles?
added changes as suggested in the answer
May
24
accepted Is there a better way to create my rotational-symmetric (180 degrees) rectangles?
May
24
revised Is there a better way to create my rotational-symmetric (180 degrees) rectangles?
fixed grammer and added more info
May
24
asked Is there a better way to create my rotational-symmetric (180 degrees) rectangles?
May
21
revised Solve within a range?
added `Clear` variables
May
21
comment Solve within a range?
@ssolver, for example: (your dependency here) && at the beginning of the statement. good luck!
May
21
comment Solve within a range?
@ssolver, perhaps you need Clear[x,y,z,kp]. Copy the first statement and remove Full and evaluate and you should get my edit result.
May
21
revised Solve within a range?
showed a different result
May
21
comment Solve within a range?
@ssolver, I took your statement and added the conditions from the 'Where' and did the Reduce[FullSimplify which gave us the next box. The part to the right of kp== is what I plotted.