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comment Error When Using Mathematica To Solve Differential Equation
@J.M.: Thanks for that info.
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Jan
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comment Error When Using Mathematica To Solve Differential Equation
@BrettChampion: Thanks for catching that. It produces a solution either with or without the prime term x'[t]. Just not the correct one. But all in all was not the reason for the warning message.
Jan
5
comment Error When Using Mathematica To Solve Differential Equation
@JimBelk: Thanks! That worked out, now I am going to do this instead of keeping attempting to force a result from mathematica kernel when it wants to refresh its batteries. :)
Jan
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asked Error When Using Mathematica To Solve Differential Equation
Dec
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comment Does anyone know of any good ways to get good at algebra without as much“grind” as doing hundreds of questions a night
Nick: Thanks for that! I will definitely look at them. :)
Nov
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revised How to calculate $\int_{b}^{c} (c-s)^{-3/4} (s-b)^{-3/4}ds$
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suggested suggested edit on How to calculate $\int_{b}^{c} (c-s)^{-3/4} (s-b)^{-3/4}ds$
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revised How to calculate $\int_{b}^{c} (c-s)^{-3/4} (s-b)^{-3/4}ds$
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suggested suggested edit on How to calculate $\int_{b}^{c} (c-s)^{-3/4} (s-b)^{-3/4}ds$
Nov
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suggested suggested edit on Is there a function with a removable discontinuity at every point?
Nov
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accepted Plotting a Function
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Nov
11
comment Plotting a Function
J.M.: I would like the trajectories to be displayed along the xyz axis. Parametric places it inside of a volume, (rectangle).
Nov
11
asked Plotting a Function
Nov
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answered Mathematics and Music
Oct
17
comment Second order ODE
@anon: Is is not $n-1$ conditions for a $n^{\text{th}}$ order equation.
Oct
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revised Second order ODE
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