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 Apr 7 awarded Popular Question Nov 18 awarded Popular Question Oct 22 awarded Yearling Oct 13 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. Oct 13 comment About taking limit of an integral on Wolfram Alpha/Mathematica Please see my comment to your answer below! Oct 13 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? Oct 12 asked About taking limit of an integral on Wolfram Alpha/Mathematica Sep 23 awarded Popular Question Aug 4 awarded Popular Question Jun 4 accepted Can Mathematica tell me if a polynomial has all real roots? May 13 asked Can Mathematica tell me if a polynomial has all real roots? Apr 8 awarded Popular Question Mar 19 awarded Curious Mar 1 awarded Autobiographer Jan 24 awarded Tumbleweed Jan 21 comment How to exract the roots from “Roots”? Thanks! What is the benefit of using Solve over Roots? Jan 21 asked How to exract the roots from “Roots”? Jan 21 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! Jan 21 asked How do I write nested for-loops? Jan 17 asked About installing Mathematica on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS