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Re: Mathematica always writes some functions with their names


Oliver <o4 at 134.106.152.2> wrote in message news:7rnkcs$elt at smc.vnet.net...
> My problem is this: 
> I try to find the inverse of the integrated Gaussian distribution.
> Since the integral of the Gaussian distribution is
> the error function Erf, Mathematica always writes the name Erf
> instead of its full expression. Or InverseErf when I invert the function.
> How do I get Mathematica to write an expression that contains a standard function
> like Erf to write that function in detail, and not just its name ?
> 
> 
> Oliver
> 

Oliver,

Have you tried using  FunctionExpand?

Allan
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