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comment Mathematica's steps towards the result of a definite integral
@Bill I appreciate you hint. I updated the question with Wolfram approach. However, it didn't like my integral. Did I do everything right?
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comment Mathematica's steps towards the result of a definite integral
@Guesswhoitis. I guess than the only hope is something external like Rubi or Wolfram. Thanks for your time, I appreciate your opinion.
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comment Mathematica's steps towards the result of a definite integral
@Guesswhoitis. Thanks for the hint. Rubi does seem to be too helpful. It doesn't handle definite integrals (or I don't know how to use it for that purpose). Correspondent indefinite integral is a complex expression involving polylogs, and the tricky part is reducing definite integral from the question to clean -pi^4/45. Are you saying that there is no way to expose Mathematica's internal steps to -pi^4/45?
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comment Mathematica's steps towards the result of a definite integral
@Sektor Do you see my example in the question you linked to?
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