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Different result integrating with integer bounds vs floating point bounds

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Graphical artifacts appearing on translucent lines in plots

CapForm[] fixes it on my Mac: ...
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Graphical artifacts appearing on translucent lines in plots

I think this is a bug, but there are many workarounds. It seems to me that the problem is that Mathematica is internally dividing the trace into segments, and the overlapping regions of the thick semi-...
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`Integrate` gives an imaginary part for a 1-d definite integral of a real-valued function

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`Integrate` gives an imaginary part for a 1-d definite integral of a real-valued function

You seem to have something not quite right with the conditions. Here is a workaround. Split the integrand into 2 parts. Integrate each part on its own and add the result. Use the assumption you had ...
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