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Re: A NIntegrate question

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  • Subject: [mg52155] Re: A NIntegrate question
  • From: acsl at dee.ufrj.br (Antonio Carlos Siqueira)
  • Date: Fri, 12 Nov 2004 02:14:25 -0500 (EST)
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Dear Anton Antonov 
Thanks for your reply. In the lab here, we have Mathematica 4.2 and
one copy of mathematica 5. The idea is to solve the problem with
version 4.2 as there are more copies of it. If it can be solved only
with mathematica 5, that all right then the students will have to live
with that, I guess.
Your assumptions are correct, probably I lost something in the
copying/pasting.
As we are interested in transients in a transmission line, the time
steps we have tried are from 0 up to 100ms in steps of 5*10^-6s.


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