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How Can I Use Conditional with Rational Domain Restrictions [duplicate]

I am reasking this question in a new thread. My previous post How Can I Use Solve/Reduce Output? seemed to have led to a an interesting dissussion of how to (better) solve the problem that produced ...
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What are the most common pitfalls awaiting new users?

As you may already know, Mathematica is a wonderful piece of software. However, it has a few characteristics that tend to confuse new (and sometimes not-so-new) users. That can be clearly seen from ...
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Even Fibonacci numbers

Today, I found the Euler Project. Problem #2 is Each new term in the Fibonacci sequence is generated by adding the previous two terms. By starting with 1 and 2, the first 10 terms will be: ...
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How to obtain a fixed number of solutions to $x+y=1$?

How to obtain a fixed number of solutions to $x+y=1$? For example, I want 4 solutions: $(1,0),(2,-1),(3,-2),(-2,3)$ I want to do this also on bigger equations such as $x+y+...=1$ and then I want to ...
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Determine integer results using Solve

I'm trying to solve a Pythagorean pairs for m and n (for m and n < 100) which give integer p values in the following equation: Sqrt[m^2 + n^2] == p I may ...
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How to define a function based on the output of DSolve? [duplicate]

I would like to define a function based on the output of the following DSolve call: ...
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Exploiting a relation among constants

Say I have two arbitrary real constants $p,q$ that satisfy $p^2+q^2=1$. Is there any way to easily declare this relation in Mathematica? Edit More specifically I have this (among others) expression: ...
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Error when solving equations constructed with Table [duplicate]

I have a couple of questions about the problem I am trying to solve ...
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The /. syntax in numerical methods [duplicate]

I have an analytical approximation method for solving an ODE and want to compare this to an NDSolve solution, but the syntax is confusing me. To get the solution from NDSolve, I define the ODE as eqn ...
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Use FindRoot solution as number in function [duplicate]

I would like to save a number that I gain with FindRoot so that I can use it in another function. I tried: ...