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2016-04-22 07:18:31 -0600 | asked a question | Assumption that n is positive integer I wrote Sage gave back Yet the command returned false. Also, the assumptions were not used in later computations. For example did not return infinity. |

2016-04-22 07:18:31 -0600 | asked a question | Assume that n is positive integer It seems I cannot make Sage assume that the variable n is a positive integer. In this code, the "n>0" overwrites the assumption that n is an integer. The command returns false. How do I do this? |

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