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2015-06-29 04:29:35 +0100 | asked a question | Unable to Simplify to Float Approximation for a Numerical Integral Hello, I'm trying to approximate a curve, here is my code: The integral defining the x term in the parametric plot is elliptic, so it must be numerically approximated. So far, I have had little success getting any numerical integral methods to work, including nintegral, and am frustrated because I cannot discern the problem. This implementation gives the error: Thank you for any help you provide. Edit: With the constants defined as they currently are, this should plot a sine wave. |

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