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Click [http://www.algebra.com/services/rendering/regression.mpl?f=special.txt here for examples] to see how special symbols are used.
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Click [http://www.algebra.com/services/rendering/regression.mpl?f=special.txt here for examples] to see how special symbols are used. Examples are accompanied by source code and are rather self explanatory.
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* '''Sums''' are entered using a "sum" function
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  sum( from, to, expression )  <-- sum with limits
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  sum( expression )            <-- sum without limits
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Example:
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  e=sum( i=0, N, 1/i! )
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  sum( 1/i ) = infinity

Revision as of 08:49, 8 July 2005


Click here for examples to see how special symbols are used. Examples are accompanied by source code and are rather self explanatory.

  • Sums are entered using a "sum" function
 sum( from, to, expression )   <-- sum with limits
 sum( expression )             <-- sum without limits

Example:

 e=sum( i=0, N, 1/i! )
 sum( 1/i ) = infinity