# Brit Miller

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 Apr2 accepted Schwarz-Christoffel transformation understanding Apr2 comment Schwarz-Christoffel transformation understanding @Avitus Thank you, it just took a little while to sink in! Would happily accept as an answer if you wish to post it. :-) Apr1 asked Schwarz-Christoffel transformation understanding Mar28 accepted Conformal map critical point Mar28 asked Conformal map critical point Mar26 awarded Yearling Mar26 comment Point source derivation Understood. Thank you! Mar26 accepted Point source derivation Mar26 asked Point source derivation Mar20 revised Complex Velocity on a solid body added 52 characters in body Mar20 asked Complex Velocity on a solid body Mar6 awarded Fanatic Mar5 awarded Teacher Feb16 comment Trying to use the pointplot command on Maple If you're looking for discrete values of $n$ you could run a loop to find the first $n$ s.t. $|a_n+2|<\frac{1}{500}$; e.g. i.stack.imgur.com/588FV.png Feb16 comment Trying to use the pointplot command on Maple i.stack.imgur.com/ZLzou.png Feb16 comment Trying to use the pointplot command on Maple Try it so fsolve(abs(a(n)+2)-1/500), then you know the value when it's equal to $\frac{1}{500}$. From there you could deduce when it is less. Feb16 comment Trying to use the pointplot command on Maple Using fsolve produces a result if that's a help. Feb16 answered Trying to use the pointplot command on Maple Feb16 comment Trying to use the pointplot command on Maple Try pointplot({seq([n,a(n)],n=1..20)}); Feb15 accepted Proving a set is a subset