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2012-08-16 23:01:14 -0500 | commented answer | assume() command with functions I do not really understand the implications of this, even reading the reference. Is there any way to accomplish what I am trying to do? p0 und p2 are just real positive constants the value of which I do not know. |

2012-08-16 22:59:07 -0500 | commented answer | assume() command with functions I do not really understand the consequences implied (I read the reference). Is there a way to do what I wanted to do? p0 and p2 are meant to be just real positive constants smaller one, for which I do not know the value. |

2012-08-16 04:46:09 -0500 | answered a question | assume() command with functions I guess my problem is related to this one: The important parts are and obviously. Did I get you right, this is not supposed to work? Thank you |

2012-08-12 12:07:36 -0500 | answered a question | definite integral and indefinite integral different (~Gaussian) Oh: you are correct, I also get 40.686. The 9.7 is when I have a different step f3 between f2 and f4. I had written this straight after your post, but forgotten to press "send", sorry I had you wonder about this... |

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2012-08-12 04:03:51 -0500 | asked a question | definite integral and indefinite integral different (~Gaussian) Hello, I get strange behaviour on the following function. It persists when changing constants, but is not present for very simple functions, so any hint for a limit would be appreciated. As you see, I get right results when using the definite integral, while calculation the indefinite integral and manually evaluating it gains wrong results. By the way, when integrating from -inf to inf, I should get |

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