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You can get the indefinite integral answer in terms of hypergeometric functions with the additional argument `algorithm='sympy'`

. It seems to me, as you point out, that `algorithm='maxima`` (default, I guess) gives a wrong answer for even $n$..

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You can get the indefinite integral answer in terms of hypergeometric functions with the additional argument `algorithm='sympy'`

. It seems to me, as you point out, that ~~`algorithm='maxima`` ~~`algorithm='maxima'`

(default, I guess) gives a wrong answer for even $n$..

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You can get an expression for the indefinite integral ~~answer ~~in terms of hypergeometric functions with the additional argument `algorithm='sympy'`

. It seems to me, as you point out, that `algorithm='maxima'`

(default, I guess) gives a wrong answer for even $n$..

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You can get an expression for the indefinite integral in terms of hypergeometric functions with the additional argument `algorithm='sympy'`

. It seems to me, as you point out, that `algorithm='maxima'`

(default, I guess) gives a wrong answer for even ~~$n$..~~$n$.

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