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2015-02-03 15:41:30 +0100 | answered a question | I don't know why Sage return 0 for integrate(sin(2*x).abs(),(x,0,pi)) when its value is 2 With Sage-4.7, integrate(abs(sin(t)),t,0,pi) returns 2 as expected. |

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2015-01-30 13:52:04 +0100 | commented answer | cannot calculate limit Thanks ! Note that converting to exponentials works. My best interval is (4.7, 5.8), sorry |

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2015-01-30 11:20:28 +0100 | asked a question | cannot calculate limit No answer from Sage-6.4.1 for this limit : var('n'); u = (1+sqrt(n))^(-n); limit(u(n=n+1)/u,n=infinity) Sage 4.7 gives 0 (correct). Why ? |

2015-01-30 11:15:30 +0100 | asked a question | cannot calculate limit No answer from Sage-6.4.1 for this limit : var('n') u = (1+sqrt(n))^(-n) limit(u(n=n+1)/u,n=infinity) whereas Sage 4.7 gives 0 (correct). Why ? |

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