# Error integrate with Fricas as algorithm fresnel_sin called

reference question https://ask.sagemath.org/question/43237/does-sagemath-support-fresnels-function/

I am using

```
sage: version()
'SageMath version 8.5.beta2, Release Date: 2018-11-01'
```

Here is the problem. When I type

```
from sympy import fresnelc, fresnels
var('a b c d e m n x ')
r=integrate(x^7*fresnels(b*x),x,algorithm="fricas")
```

sage gives the error

```
TypeError: An error occurred when FriCAS evaluated '((x)^(7))*(fresnel_sin((b)*(x)))':
There are no library operations named fresnel_sin
```

But FriCAS does not have fresnel_sin. It has fresnelS and fresnelC , link here

When running the same command inside Fricas 1.3.4 itself, it works OK

```
integrate(x^7*fresnelS(b*x),x)
(3)
2 2
5 2 5 b %pi x 8 4 8
(- 7 b %pi x + 105 b x)sin(--------) + (b %pi x - 105)fresnelS(b x)
2
+
2 2
7 3 7 3 3 b %pi x
(b %pi x - 35 b %pi x )cos(--------)
2
/
8 4
8 b %pi
```

Why the error says `when FriCAS evaluated '((x)^(7))*(fresnel_sin((b)*(x)))`

when Fricas itself does not have this function?

Notice that there is no problem using default integrate algorithm in sage

```
sage: integrate(x^7*fresnels(b*x),x)
1/8*x^8*fresnel_sin(b*x) - 1/16*sqrt(1/2)*((105*I + 105)*(1/4)^(1/4)*pi*erf(sqrt(1/2*I*pi)*b*x) - (105*I - 105)*(1/4)^(1/4)*pi*erf(sqrt(-1/2*I*pi)*b*x) - 4*(sqrt(1/2)*pi^4*b^7*x^7 - 35*sqrt(1/2)*pi^2*b^3*x^3)*cos(1/2*pi*b^2*x^2) + 28*(sqrt(1/2)*pi^3*b^5*x^5 - 15*sqrt(1/2)*pi*b*x)*sin(1/2*pi*b^2*x^2))/(pi^5*b^8)
```

I was not sure if I am doing something wrong myself, or if I should enter a ticket on this.

Thanks, --Nasser