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Ahmed Elbanna
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Hi Jose, In the latest version uses the "old school math standards", but as Hans suggested, with the help of some options, you can alter that in your version. ![enter image description here][1] To be more specific, I was able to change the...
Hope that is what you need &[Wolfram Notebook][1] [1]: https://www.wolframcloud.com/obj/494ed69c-d2a4-46a7-9174-0cf20e8ba97f
Check out [Part][1] under Scope->Multilevel Specifications [1]: https://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/Part.html
I think you can use the functions [Map][1] , [NotebookFind][2] to map the list of notebooks names to the function NotebookFind. Don't forget to use something like SetDirectory[NotebookDirectory[]] if you are going to evaluate your...
You have several errors in defining the function prof. First of all, in order to make the function applicable to its variable in that way prof[p], then you need to define it in the following way prof[p_] := p n^(sigma - 1) y p^-sigma (p - c);...
Hi Maybe put a space after the comma. like that 653=10a+55b, 4423=55a+385b and here is the link to W|A solving it https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=653%3D10a%2B55b%2C+4423%3D55a%2B385b or to be more clear you can write solve...
Hi Mitch Just use Evaluate in Plot to make sure the integration being evaluated first Plot[Evaluate@f[t], {t, -5, 5}]
Great tutorial here for installing FFmpeg on Windows 10 How to install FFmpeg on Windows 10 https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/2177967
Not quite sure I understand your question. Do you want something like that? x = x /. Solve[x^2 + a x + 1 == 0, x] Check also this example in the documentation of [Solve][1], which make a convenient way to substitute solutions in other...
Yes, you should always define the range of your parameters. First you should use the normal expression of Integrate, check the documentation [Integrate][1] Then you add in it the option [Assumptions][2] where you will be able to define the range...