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Question: how to get Sin[n*Pi]=0 (n integer)

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  • Subject: [mg1946] Question: how to get Sin[n*Pi]=0 (n integer)
  • From: izovko at dominis.phy.hr (Ilija I Zovko)
  • Date: Sat, 26 Aug 1995 00:08:53 -0400
  • Organization: Ruder Boskovic Inst., Zagreb, CROATIA

Hi,

How can one tell Mathematica to simplify Sin[n Pi]=0 or
Cos[n Pi]=(-1)^n and similar kind of stuff.

Also, how does one tell it "A" & "B" are matrices so it doesn't 
commute them (AB.not equal.BA).

Thanks.
)

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Ilija I Zovko
izovko at phy.hr


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