Derivative format question

03192020, 06:07 PM
(This post was last modified: 03192020 08:08 PM by DrD.)
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Derivative format question  
03192020, 08:44 PM
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RE: Derivative format question
(03192020 06:07 PM)DrD Wrote: [CAS], ver 2020 01 16 zero is wrong. It's a very simple integration. 

03192020, 09:23 PM
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RE: Derivative format question
(03192020 08:44 PM)CyberAngel Wrote:(03192020 06:07 PM)DrD Wrote: Why is the result different?zero is wrong. It's a very simple integration. Why is the integration result different with a change in format? With the derivative represented in "tick" format, vs, "diff(expr,var)," the result differs. Perhaps an my own entry error? Perhaps my misunderstanding? Perhaps not completely tested? Perhaps a bug?.... etc. 

03192020, 11:05 PM
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RE: Derivative format question
I guess it's a bug with the definite integral. The indefinite one works with the quote symbol, even when evaluated at the limits.


03202020, 02:14 AM
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RE: Derivative format question
I suspect the ' is being handled (or not handled) in this case with the definite evaluator. Maybe Bernard can shed some light?
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