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I'm a PhD student at Queen Mary, University of London. I'm interested in modern approaches to scattering amplitudes, in particular twistor methods.


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accepted How to simplify an expression into the sum of small fractions
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comment How to simplify an expression into the sum of small fractions
The dots are dot products, as you would naturally expect. I did originally post Mathematica code, but I got downvoted so I thought the LaTeX was clearer. I will change it back when I have a moment.
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comment How to simplify an expression into the sum of small fractions
Thank you - do you know why it doesn't just work directly with my variables?
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comment How to simplify an expression into the sum of small fractions
Also could the downvoter explain how I can improve my post? I'm fairly active on other .SE sites, and as far as I'm aware it's poor etiquette to downvote without saying why!
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comment How to simplify an expression into the sum of small fractions
I've added a simpler and clearer example, together with the expected simplification. Although this one is almost trivial to spot, it gets annoying in longer formulae!
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revised How to simplify an expression into the sum of small fractions
Improved example
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accepted Taylor expansion of function of vectors—simplifying the output
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comment Taylor expansion of function of vectors—simplifying the output
Thanks - that solved it!
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