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How to use a test function correctly to terminate a While loop?

I define a test function in order to stop my While loop: ...
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How can I make my code containing a For loop more Mathematica-style?

I know there are a lot of questions on this site regarding the use of For loops and how to avoid them in Mathematica. However, in my case I believe it is justified,...
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Iteration on a matrix

I want to update "matrix1" 100 times. "matrix3" will be new "matrix1" and it will iterate 100 times. Should I use a loop or function? First iteration is: ...
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Working Iterative formula for a system of equations

I have been given a project, I need to show the use of a version of Newton's method to solve these non-linear equations. The version of Newton's method I am required to use is: $ X_{n+1} = X_n - J^{(-...
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Plotting Data Iteratively

I have a function of x1 that I can plot in the form y=f(x1). However, I have a relation y=f(x1)=f(x2), where I don't know the form of f(x2), but I can solve for x2 given f(x1) and I want to plot both ...
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Question about approximate squaring iteration [closed]

the iteration map $x*\left\lceil x \right\rceil$, where the initial term is a non integer rational number $b/a$ with $b>a$ and $a>1$. the growth rate of this iteration is similar to the growth ...
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Table of convolutes

Inputs Start with a vector $x\in\mathbb{R}^{n}$, and a vector-valued function $f:\mathbb{R}^{n}\mapsto\mathbb{R}^{n}$. Output Given some $k\in\mathbb{Z}^{+}$, what are elegant ways to produce the ...
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Simple Fractal square

I am working on a math question about infinite series, and one of the question images is below. Each new white square has an area that is 1/4 of the previous square. Always looking to learn elegant ...