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Assumptions in mathematica when Symplify on Log[Exp[a/b]]
In mathematica 9.0: This:
Assuming[b > 0 || b < 0, Simplify[Log[Exp[a/b]]]]
However, this: ...
Oct 16 '13 at 19:14
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