jjstankowicz
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Symbolically prove that two expressions are identical
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This solution gets a trivial step away from the answer. (Strikeout after addressing the comments.) You can consider the difference diff = int - intpaper, and check that it vanishes. Rather than ...

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Making multi-linear polynomial change of variables (simplifications) by updating `replacementFunction`
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I figured out how to update this function to correctly work on multi-linear expressions. All that's required is one additional call of PolynomialReduce in the third nested If statement. This mirrors ...

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NSolve gives additional solutions that don't satisfy the equations!
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I wanted to comment a "Thank You" to @dbm for asking and @Daniel Lichtblau for answering, but don't have the necessary reputation yet. There's also a way to bypass this problem in certain cases that ...

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How to compute the automorphisms of graphs with multiple edges?
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Came across this question while looking for something else, but it looks like the graph functions in Mathematica 10 and higher can do this trivially now: m = ({{0, 1, 1, 1}, {1, 0, 1, 1}, {1, 1, 0, 1}...

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