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ray
03/24/10 8:23pm

Would like to know if there is a way to map two lists, the first element of one with the first element of the second, the second element of the one with the second element of the second, etc.


Clear[g,f,m]
f[x_]={x^2+2x+3,Sqrt[x+1],Sin[x+3x^2],E^(x+2),Sin[x^2+x],E^x^2,x (x+1)(x+2)};
g[x_]={(x-1)^2,(x^2-2)^(1/3),Cos[x^2-x],Log[x-5],Log[x^2-x],E^-x^2,(2x-3)(x+4)};
m=Map[f,g[x]];
TableForm[m]

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one to one mapping ray 03/24/10 8:23pm
Re: one to one mapping yehuda ben-s... 03/25/10 10:50pm
Re: Re: one to one mapping ray 03/27/10 3:01pm
Re: one to one mapping Tom 03/28/10 3:00pm
Re: Re: one to one mapping ray 03/29/10 5:20pm
Re: Re: Re: one to one mapping Tom 04/01/10 4:22pm
Re: Re: Re: Re: one to one mapping ray 06/27/10 01:36am
Re: one to one mapping yehuda ben-s... 04/02/10 05:45am
Re: Re: one to one mapping ray 06/27/10 01:39am
Re: one to one mapping Peter Pein 04/04/10 06:30am
Re: Re: one to one mapping ray 06/27/10 01:42am
Re: Re: Re: one to one mapping Peter Pein 06/27/10 11:10am
Re: Re: Re: Re: one to one mapping ray 07/03/10 5:38pm
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