       Re: simple question

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• Subject: [mg76451] Re: [mg76399] simple question
• From: Andrzej Kozlowski <akoz at mimuw.edu.pl>
• Date: Tue, 22 May 2007 02:58:04 -0400 (EDT)
• References: <200705211004.GAA10140@smc.vnet.net>

```On 21 May 2007, at 19:04, dimitris wrote:

> I think the following is very simple but anyway...
>
> Suppose the following expression
>
> In:=
> \!\(o = \((\((2\/\(27 + 3\ \@69\))\)\^\(1/3\) + 1\/3\ \((1\/2\ \((27 +
> 3\ \
> \@69)\))\)\^\(1/3\))\)\^27369\)
>
> Out=
> \!\(\((\((2\/\(27 + 3\ \@69\))\)\^\(1/3\) + 1\/3\ \((1\/2\ \((27 + 3\
> \
> \@69)\))\)\^\(1/3\))\)\^27369\)
>
> (It is in StandardForm!)
>
> In:=
> o//InputForm
> Out//InputForm=
> ((2/(27 + 3*Sqrt))^(1/3) + ((27 + 3*Sqrt)/2)^(1/3)/3)^27369
>
> Now consider the command
>
> In:=
> Element[o,Integers]//InputForm
>
> Out//InputForm=
> ((2/(27 + 3*Sqrt))^(1/3) + ((27 + 3*Sqrt)/2)^(1/3)/3)^27369
> Integers
>
> Even the presence of //InputForm it appears the special
> character \[Element].
>
> However I would like as output of In
>
> Element[((2/(27 + 3*Sqrt))^(1/3) + ((27 + 3*Sqrt)/2)^(1/3)/
> 3)^27369, Integers]
>
> What must be modified to this end?
>
> Thanks
> Dimitris
>
>

In Mathematica 6.0  it comes out exactly in the form you want.

Andrzej Kozlowski

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