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Pantelis Bouboulis
02/05/08 07:55am

Hi, I am a relatively new user in Mathematica. I have a simple question which I couldn't find the answer.

How can I implement the homogeneity property:
f(ax)=af(x),
with Mathematica? I am particulary interested in implementing it on integrals. I have a rather large sum of integrals (more than 100) of the form Integral[s_i*f_i[x] dx], where I know the the values of Integral[f_i[x] dx]. My intention is to move the constants out of the integral and use the Replace command. I have tried ExpandAll, Distribute e.t.c. but they keep the constants inside the integrals.
Can you provide any help?

Thank you in advance,

Pantelis



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Move constants out of integrals Pantelis Bou... 02/05/08 07:55am
Re: Move constants out of integrals Johannes 02/06/08 06:33am
Re: Re: Move constants out of integrals Turambar 02/06/08 09:28am
Re: Move constants out of integrals Johannes 02/06/08 06:53am
Re: Move constants out of integrals Turambar 02/06/08 3:04pm
Re: Re: Move constants out of integrals Johannes 02/11/08 07:21am
Re: Move constants out of integrals Gregory 03/31/08 07:24am
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