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### Is there a good reason why Slot[] is not an atomic expression?

Here's a good reason why I think it should be, Map[ If[AtomQ@#, #->"is an atom", #->"not an atom"]& , {"hello",Range@3, # &} , {-1} ] ...
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### Pure functions instead of For loop

How to get following loop output using pure functions such as NestList? For[i = 0; v = 0, i < 4 && v < 4, i++; v++, Print[x^i + b^v]] and the ...
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### Applying pure function to rotate the label in a BoxWhiskerChart

Data is available from here https://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/400305-large-data-set-lds_1-h630-2018-h640-2018-2019-pre-release-data-mei.xlsx ...
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### Solve Equation trinomial Nine degree!

I am trying to solve equation: x^9+p*x^4−q=0, {p, q} ∈C using functional analysis. Ηow do I solve this equation and with help Mathematica program for case p=π, q=e)?
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### Mapping over array/matrix the efficient(compact) way

Update In short, I have myCAans[[1 ;; 5]] like this: {{0, 0, 0, True, 0, 0, 0, 0, True, 0, "T0", 39}, {0, 0, 0, True, 0, 0, 0, 1, True, 1, "B", 101500}, {...
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### Folow-up on combining pure functions [duplicate]

This is a follow-up to this question. Consider: f = #^2& g = #^3& Compose[f, g] (#1^3 &)^2 Am I the only one to think this is a bug?
This question is related to: Composition of functions using slots Slot (#) interfering with evaluation Consider a toy example: ...