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Nov
17
asked Resolve not accepting equations involving factorial
Nov
6
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
30
accepted Problem on limit involving complex numbers
Oct
29
comment Problem on limit involving complex numbers
your argument suits well, thanks for sharing this observation. Mathematica could have some function like LimitConvergence. S.Wolfram's conversation on axioms in Mathematica have been realized to some extent by AXIOM cas already by having different domains and with their own rules.Axioms seems famous only among pure mathematicians but its complicated to learn hence not as popular as Mathematica.I hope they get better at solving larger class of problems.
Oct
29
revised Problem on limit involving complex numbers
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Oct
29
asked Problem on limit involving complex numbers
Oct
26
comment Partial fraction decomposition of $1/(e^x-1)$
Recently I read more in detail on pfd and I found that it is indeed a pfd representation.Check this link, citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=10.1.1.49.3091
Oct
24
accepted Partial fraction decomposition of $1/(e^x-1)$
Oct
24
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.
Oct
22
comment Partial fraction decomposition of $1/(e^x-1)$
:thanks for bringing this link up Nasser. Its helpful.
Oct
22
comment Partial fraction decomposition of $1/(e^x-1)$
hm..I think it should be built in Apart, thanks though.
Oct
22
revised Partial fraction decomposition of $1/(e^x-1)$
symbolic on Apart also doesn't work.
Oct
22
asked Partial fraction decomposition of $1/(e^x-1)$
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
24
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
23
awarded  Yearling
Jun
13
accepted Inequality test returned unevaluated
Jun
13
comment Inequality test returned unevaluated
answer is correct, I got my mistake, I didn't mention domain for K.
Jun
12
asked Inequality test returned unevaluated