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12:26 AM
Hi.
Please help me this question.
I use Simplify[-182 - 10 x + 2 y - 14 z == 0]
and get 91 + 5 x + 7 z == y
How can I get 5 x - y + 7 z + 91 == 0?
 
12:49 AM
@minthao_2011 it is annoying when M does that. how about
eq = Simplify[-182 - 10 x + 2 y - 14 z == 0]
eq /. (lhs_ == rhs_) :> (lhs - rhs == 0)
which gives 91 + 5 x - y + 7 z == 0
 
 
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11:04 AM
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Q: Why I can't abort main evaluation from `ScheduledTasks` (Service Link)?

KubaFrontEndExecute[FrontEndToken["EvaluatorAbort"]] is equivalent of the menu item: Evaluation >> Abort. It works with signals as explained in Difference between Evaluation>>Quit Kernel and Quit[]. One can use it to abort e.g. a loop from preemptive link: Button["Abort", FrontEndExecute[FrontEndT...

 
 
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1:40 PM
@Nasser Thank you very much.
 
 
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4:07 PM
@halirutan Do you know anything about maximum entropy image reconstruction?
 
 
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6:49 PM
Not that it would be anything in particular, but getting this kind of results with minimal effort from Mma makes it joy to use (when it does what you want).
 
 
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