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comment About taking limit of an integral on Wolfram Alpha/Mathematica
Thanks for the effort (1) This "SeriesData" format looks unfamiliar to me. It should have produced a Taylor series. How do I see that in the format you wriote it? (2) By "integral" I wanted to know what Mathematica gives as output for the limit of an integral that I wrote in the question.
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comment About taking limit of an integral on Wolfram Alpha/Mathematica
Please see my comment to your answer below!
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comment About taking limit of an integral on Wolfram Alpha/Mathematica
Yes, if I had typed this in Mathematica then I would have typed as you wrote above. I though Alpha could interprete what I wrote! Can you kindly type in the answer for this or for the integral that you see on Mathematica?
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comment How to exract the roots from “Roots”?
Thanks! What is the benefit of using Solve over Roots?
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comment How do I write nested for-loops?
@YvesKlett Can you show an example of how to write multiple lines in a "call" on Mathematica? All the examples on reference.wolfram are single line examples and its not clear how something like the above can be achieved via that!
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comment Can I generate matrices with a constraint?
@bills Sorry for my ambiguous language. I meant that $k$ is something chosen externally. And then the matrices have to be generated. Can you help?