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Function (&) — specify a pure function (e.g. (#+1)&) #, ##, #name — slots for variables in a pure function Applying Functions to Lists Map (/@) — map across a list:...
Article Id: 19590
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To integrate symbolic matrices in Mathematica, use the following...
Article Id: 13535
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Constructing Lists: {a,b,...} (List) -- specify a list explicitly Table -- make a table of values of an expression Array -- make an array of any dimension from a function Range Subdivide SparseArray Tuples ...
Article Id: 19589
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Boolean expressions and functions in Mathematica can not only be evaluated, but may also be symbolically manipulated and transformed. Mathematica provides a extensive structure for expressions dealing with Boolean algebra. Below are various commands associated with computing Boolean expressions, as well as their corresponding function to which the...
Article Id: 13803
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Equality & Inequality: Equal(==), Unequal(!=) -- numerical equality SameQ(===), UnsameQ(=!=) -- literal symbolic identity Less(<) Greater(>) LessEqual(<=) GreaterEqual(>=) Between Logical...
Article Id: 19586
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The large volume mathematical data provided by Mathematica is created and specially organized for application for a wide range of forms, capable of direct integration in wide variety of computations in Mathematica. Below are various commands associated with these computations and their corresponding mathematical function: ...
Article Id: 13804
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Mathematica has one of the most extensive collections of mathematical functions ever, most of which are from the results and algorithms developed at Wolfram Research over the past 20 years. Each function supports a wide range of symbolic operations for all complex values. Below are a few examples of various commands under their corresponding mathematical...
Article Id: 13538
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Mathematica, using many of the original methods developed by Wolfram Research, automatically evaluates both numeric and symbolic matrices. Thanks to these methods, Mathematica can operate numerical matrices of any precision, handling both dense and sparse matrices, and can operate on matrices containing millions of entries. Below are a few examples of various commands and...
Article Id: 13583
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Factoring Primes: Prime NextPrime PrimePi EulerPhi MoebiusMu JacobiSymbol.... FactorInteger -- find the factors of an integer PrimeQ -- test whether an integer is prime Congruences & Modular...
Article Id: 13795
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After 20 years of algorithmic development, Mathematica has established many highly efficient algorithms with an automatic method for algorithm selection, as well as an intricate support system for error tracking. Below are various examples of commands associated with numerical evaluation and precision, as well as the corresponding function to which the command is associated.
Article Id: 13797
Category: Basic Features & How To's