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2012-07-24 00:18:18 -0600 | commented answer | calculating residue with maxima_methods I was reexamining my old code and found the culprit. When it worked before I had run "assume(x<1/8)". That makes maxima give the same answer as sympy. Sorry for the trouble, but at least I learned something about sympy. |

2012-07-07 01:34:55 -0600 | asked a question | calculating residue with maxima_methods The following used to work around six months ago on sagenb.org: but now it returns zero which is incorrect. Can anybody help me get the correct answer again? |

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