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Can Mathematica propose an exact value based on an approximate one?
Sometimes, I use Mathematica to do some hypothesis on homeworks to make the question easier. For instance, when I have to compute big sums when $n\to\infty$ and Mathematica can't give the exact ...
Jan 17 '12 at 21:42
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