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 Topics Author Replies Last Edit Functions of arrays hmmm 7 08/28/09 04:26amby: hmmm How can I combine list into pairs? Khaled 5 08/14/09 06:23amby: Kaveh Shading the region between two curves Hifas Faiz 5 08/16/09 5:18pmby: Hifas Faiz Discrete optimization Tom 4 09/08/09 01:11amby: Tom How to show every natual number in a list? Sixten Thestrup 4 08/13/09 04:01amby: Tom list and rule Miguel 4 08/13/09 04:31amby: Tom increasing default font size marin 3 08/25/09 7:00pmby: marin Plotting a region McLaine 3 08/26/09 09:58amby: McLaine Centering ticks under columns in Histogram Aaron Martin 3 09/01/09 11:56pmby: Mikel open clean notebook Ray 3 08/12/09 01:15amby: yehuda ben-s... FindRoot vs. FindMinimum Ben Dundee 2 08/31/09 09:26amby: Ben Dundee Inequality constrained optimization prabhu 2 08/25/09 12:27pmby: prabhu Inverse Function Rupert 2 08/26/09 12:44pmby: yehuda ben-s... contour plot and 3d plot Mikel 2 08/26/09 04:50amby: Bill notebook window not closing marco 2 11/26/10 10:18amby: marco Series expansion of a function of several varia... Steve 2 08/30/09 3:44pmby: Peter Pein Position[] with Sparse Arrays David Koslicki 2 08/31/09 08:22amby: David Koslicki Shading of a region of a curve jc_cfa 2 08/09/09 03:40amby: jc_cfa geometric series Luke 2 08/05/09 01:43amby: yehuda ben-s... Plotting series Ryan Webster 2 08/10/09 8:32pmby: Kaveh Extracting parts of an expression Vijay Kumar 2 08/13/09 2:29pmby: yehuda ben-s... FindRoot Bill Gibson 1 08/16/09 12:30pmby: Bill Passing Arguments with subscripts Andreas 1 08/17/09 02:07amby: yehuda ben-s... matrix equation Mikel 1 08/19/09 00:55amby: yehuda ben-s... Fitting Data with a System of Equations Eugene 1 08/21/09 4:52pmby: Bill
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