"using residues"...

02032015, 09:34 PM
(This post was last modified: 02062015 10:21 PM by salvomic.)
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"using residues"...
hi all,
I input \( \int_0^{\pi}{\sqrt{1cos(t)^{2}} dt} \) and I get 0, after this message: "searching int of sqrt(taylorx2)*abs(taylorx2+1)/(2*taylorx2^2) where taylorx2 is on the unit circle, using residues... But the integral should be equal to \int(\sin(t),0,π), then 2... What am I missing? Thank you for help! salvo EDIT: I used "exact" in CAS... What the difference for normal and "rigorous" use?, please... ∫aL√0 (@salvomic, IT9CLU)  HP Prime, 50g, 12C :: HP Prime Software Library 

02042015, 06:57 AM
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RE: "using residues"...
Inside Xcas int(sqrt(1cos(t)^2),t,0,pi) returns 2, I'll check on the emulator.


02042015, 07:56 AM
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RE: "using residues"...
(02042015 06:57 AM)parisse Wrote: Inside Xcas int(sqrt(1cos(t)^2),t,0,pi) returns 2, I'll check on the emulator. here in Home it give 2, but with "T" (upper case). In CAS with "exact result" set (and with "t") it give 0, without the setting it give 2. (approx result)... ∫aL√0 (@salvomic, IT9CLU)  HP Prime, 50g, 12C :: HP Prime Software Library 

02042015, 09:31 AM
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RE: "using residues"...
Tried with my latest version of the emulator, I get 2 with default CAS settings (hence exact). Perhaps a good consequence of another bug fix since the last release.


02042015, 09:38 AM
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RE: "using residues"...
(02042015 09:31 AM)parisse Wrote: Tried with my latest version of the emulator, I get 2 with default CAS settings (hence exact). Perhaps a good consequence of another bug fix since the last release. then good! In 6975 there's still the bug... Let's hope a new release soon! ∫aL√0 (@salvomic, IT9CLU)  HP Prime, 50g, 12C :: HP Prime Software Library 

03292016, 03:15 PM
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RE: "using residues"...
How do you use the residue function or the RESIDUE function
seems this function is a ghost function for the HP Prime.. complex mode? program only?...little help here...my goodness.. The help menu is not a help for this... J 

03292016, 04:01 PM
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RE: "using residues"...
ok, if you use residue or RESIDUE..make sure that the variable is not used by
the home directory..or something like this..or you will get error messages.. I have two primes and found the error by comparing calculations with the residue function...pretty neat that it works.. Also, the residue function works with both residue(func,z=x) and residue(func,z,x)...Im pretty sure..the help menu as std is limited.. J 

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