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## What is manipulate command in Mathematica?

The single command Manipulate lets you create an astonishing range of interactive applications with just a few lines of input.

## What is module in Mathematica?

Module allows you to set up local variables with names that are local to the module. Module creates new symbols to represent each of its local variables every time it is called. Module creates a symbol with name xxx$nnn to represent a local variable with name xxx.

## How do you write powers in Mathematica?

Power is a mathematical function that raises an expression to a given power. The expression Power[x,y] is commonly represented using the shorthand syntax x^y or written in 2D typeset form as xy. A number to the first power is equal to itself ( ), and 1 to any complex power is equal to 1 ( ).

## How to invoke a Matlab function from Mathematica?

Does it rely on callbacks to Mathematica? E.g. would you need to pass a function implemented in Mathematica to it?

## How to run a function in Mathematica?

Notice the square brackets,[and],around the arguments of the Plot command. Also note {x,-7,7} specifies a domain interval for x.

## Why is Mathematica outputting input by itself?

Why is the Output is the same as my Input !! why when ever mathematica wants to do it , it want say what is the reason for that !! When the Mathematica kernel cannot find an answer to what you want to evaluate, it will simply return the input. For your case I’d guess that Minimize does not have any algorithm to solve your system for general h.

## How to animate a graph on Mathematica?

Rotate[g, [Theta]] represents 2D graphics primitives or any other objects g rotated counterclockwise by [Theta] radians about the center of their bounding box. Rotate[g, [Theta], {x, y}] rotates about the point {x, y}. Rotate[g, {u, v}] rotates around the origin, transforming the 2D or 3D vector u to v. Rotate[g, [Theta], w] rotates 3D graphics primitives by [Theta] radians around the 3D