[BUG]Solving the limit problem

03112019, 03:04 PM
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[BUG]Solving the limit problem
I will make a long story short, this is a question in the calculus exercises.I solved it with XCAS but got a wrong answer.The problem code is as follows
Code: limit(int(sqrt(tan(t)),t=0..sin(x))/int(sqrt(sin(t)),t=0..tan(x)),x,0,1) Both XCAS and Maple get the same answer 0 Wolfram alpha does not seem to solve it. However, this answer is wrong, the correct answer should be 1 We can see the answer from the graph Code: plot((int(sqrt(tan(t)), t = 0 .. sin(x)))/(int(sqrt(sin(t)), t = 0 .. tan(x))), x = 0 .. 1) Sorry my poor English Finally, I hope that XCAS can solve the partial differential equation and wish XCAS getting better and better. study hard, improve every day 

03122019, 08:39 AM
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RE: [BUG]Solving the limit problem
Indeed, fixed (in Xcas for Firefox).


03152019, 09:16 AM
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