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accepted Partial fraction decomposition of $1/(e^x-1)$
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comment Partial fraction decomposition of $1/(e^x-1)$
Its possible that you are correct because it doesn't look like decomposition, but there must be some partial fraction decomposition for 1/(e^x-1). I couldn't find details on this particular function. Thanks for responding though.
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comment Partial fraction decomposition of $1/(e^x-1)$
:thanks for bringing this link up Nasser. Its helpful.
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comment Partial fraction decomposition of $1/(e^x-1)$
hm..I think it should be built in Apart, thanks though.
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revised Partial fraction decomposition of $1/(e^x-1)$
symbolic on Apart also doesn't work.
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asked Partial fraction decomposition of $1/(e^x-1)$
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accepted Inequality test returned unevaluated
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comment Inequality test returned unevaluated
answer is correct, I got my mistake, I didn't mention domain for K.
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asked Inequality test returned unevaluated
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accepted Convert list to sequence
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comment Convert list to sequence
Apply seems a good option to. But using {{a,b},{c,d}}/.List->Sequence should be applied only once as a replace once rule, but it goes down the list generating Sequence[a, b, c, d]
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comment Convert list to sequence
I tried using slotsequence,looks like I wasn't getting the syntax right. Thanks :)
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comment Convert list to sequence
I generally don't face it, in fact I have answered 2-3 questions that used it, but I don't know what the problem is. It is converting all sublists to sequences.
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asked Convert list to sequence
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comment Rearranging a List
Brother of this question
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revised Generate encoding from nested list
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