Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #14591, comment 7


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05/28/14 02:08:05 (5 years ago)
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  • Ticket #14591, comment 7

    initial v1  
    66=> 0 = 3/4  (substitute x = 0)
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    8 According to the ask.sagemath.org link in the ticket description, the correct answer can be expressed in terms of an exponential integral function, which I trust much more.
     8According to the ask.sagemath.org link in the ticket description, the correct answer can be expressed in terms of an elliptic integral function, which I trust much more.