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Maybe I now understand your question right, so give it a try. First the series approach. With the series function you can approximate a function with a Taylor-Series. In the first step I calculate the maxima of your solution: seedMax = Table[t, {t, 6, 30, 0.5}]; solsMax = Quiet @ FindMaximum[func[x], {x, #}] & /@ Flatten[seedMax]; xMax = x /. (Last /@ ...


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It might be late to answer this, but I think it's important to add my approach. I came to the same problem of having ConditionalExpressions in my outputs. After googling I came about this solution, by using the Assuming[] function. Normal[] didn't work much for me. An example: Assuming[Re[s] > 1, Integrate[1/x^s,{x,1,Infinity}] Which gives: ...



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