(Sample question) How do I compute the integral of $sin(x) tan(x)$ in Sage? |

First, make sure that you variable "x" is defined to be a symbolic variable: then you can use the integrate command: |

In addition, symbolic functions have an its symbolic integral is calculated like so: Be sure to provide the variable you wish to integrate with respect to as an argument to |

$\sum 2$ great :-) like that !! can you get (integrate) this (live-preview) functionality into the sage notebook text editor (tiny-mce) somehow ? i'd like to see the formula there while typing if i double-click directly on a formula tinymce opens plus a box with latex source code. but only the first time. how about the box popping up each time i place the cursor into a latex formula and then showing the typeset math. at the moment i don't see the use of the box ... thanks for sage ... am loving it!!! regards Patrick I guess, I am asking in the wrong place - (maybe "mis-")using this forum as a scratch pad - but the suggestion I'm making is somehow connected with this ... (I reached here from a blog bost). So to be a bit more precise: I am actually talking about the sage notebook. I am wondering what this light grey window is really good for and suggesting an way to make use of it.
do you mean - how to access latex source for the equation here in this forum? Mouse over the formula and right-click. Then select "Show source".
Evgeny (Nov 02 '10)
Ehr - no - although that's also a real nice functionality i didn't know of (fancy menu shades! (but menu initially hidden under firefox default menu (ubuntu 10.04 - 64bit : http://oi56.tinypic.com/1hef4p.jpg)))
Patrick2000 (Nov 03 '10) |

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