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Jul
15
accepted Findfit doesn't give the good fit; Changing the starting values will not change the results
Jul
14
asked Findfit doesn't give the good fit; Changing the starting values will not change the results
Mar
27
accepted How one can make the boundary of the regionplot smaller or bigger?
Mar
27
comment How one can make the boundary of the regionplot smaller or bigger?
Yes, this is exactly what I want. thanks a lot.
Mar
27
asked How one can make the boundary of the regionplot smaller or bigger?
Feb
25
asked save data in parallel table
Feb
11
comment listplot very large numbers
rasher and Szabolcs, thanks a lot for your answers.
Feb
11
asked listplot very large numbers
Nov
12
revised Strange result for the analytic integration leads to Hypergeometric2F1
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Nov
12
revised Strange result for the analytic integration leads to Hypergeometric2F1
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Nov
11
revised Strange result for the analytic integration leads to Hypergeometric2F1
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Nov
11
comment Strange result for the analytic integration leads to Hypergeometric2F1
@ Vašek Potoček: Great thanks. I put the relation for converting Maple output to Mathematica one (From the link you gave), in Edit 3.
Nov
11
revised Strange result for the analytic integration leads to Hypergeometric2F1
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Nov
11
revised Strange result for the analytic integration leads to Hypergeometric2F1
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Nov
11
comment Strange result for the analytic integration leads to Hypergeometric2F1
Thanks a lot. So the difference is a constant value, not necessarily Sqrt[2].
Nov
11
comment Strange result for the analytic integration leads to Hypergeometric2F1
Also the argument of Hypergeometric2F1 is -(r^(4 - 2 [Gamma])/x) for Mathematica and -r^(-4 + 2 [Gamma]) x for Maple.
Nov
11
comment Strange result for the analytic integration leads to Hypergeometric2F1
Thanks. But it is not the case for other values of \gamma and x. Try x=3 and \gamma=4.
Nov
11
comment Enlarge the axes text
Plot[Sin[x^2], {x, 0, 3}, AxesLabel -> {"x value", "Sin(x^2)"}, BaseStyle -> {FontSize -> 18}], will enlarge the axes labels.
Nov
11
comment Strange result for the analytic integration leads to Hypergeometric2F1
For my project, I need to have integration result in terms of x and \gamma. So can I trust the result?
Nov
11
comment Strange result for the analytic integration leads to Hypergeometric2F1
@Nasser: Thanks for your help. The problem is that I want to expand the integration result in terms of r and as you can see the difference between Mathematica and Maple answers, makes the expansion different. So it seems that if I put numerical values for x and \gamma, and then integrate, I get the same answers in Mathematica and Maple.