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Bifurcation plot of polynomial equation having two variable on y-axis and one variable on x-axis

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Replace elements of a list based on a function

Also: f = Table[3*k*k, {k, 1, 16}]; f^ ArrayPad[{1, 1, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0}, {0, Length@f - 8}, "Periodic"] ...
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Replace elements of a list based on a function

f = Table[3*k*k, {k, 1, 16}]; Using SequenceCases ...
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3D plotting of parametric curved surface

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3D plotting of parametric curved surface

Edit To get a smooth filling,we seperately draw the pieces of boundary surfaces. ...
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Kernel quits while using ParametricNDSolve

We can use NIntegrate instead of NDSolve as follows ...
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Find the polar plane of the ellipsoid and integrate the Ellipsoid cap

For the ellipsoid equation $$\frac{(x-\text{p1})^2}{\text{a1}^2}+\frac{(y-\text{p2})^2}{\text{a2}^2}+\frac{(z-\text{p3})^2}{\text{a3}^2}=1$$ and a point (pole ) ...
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How can I find values of m so that the function $\frac{-m+x^2+x-4}{4 x-m}$ increasing in the interval $(1,2)$?

Simple direct solution: Resolve @ ForAll[x, 1 <= x <= 2, D[(x + x^2 - 4 - m)/(4x - m), x] > 0]
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