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QTheorist
01/28/10 10:00am

Hi everybody,

I consider the sum

Sum[1/(n+p),{n,-5,5},{p,-5,5}]

and I want of course to remove the term where both p and n are 0. Is there a way to do so other than breaking the sum in 3 different sums so that n=0 and p=0 is never simultaneously true ?

Sorry if this has already been discussed somewhere else, in this case please indicate the post (I could not find such a post)

Thank you !

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Conditions in sums QTheorist 01/28/10 10:00am
Re: Conditions in sums Soka 08/24/10 04:03am
Re: Re: Conditions in sums QTheorist 08/24/10 07:09am
Re: Re: Re: Conditions in sums soka 08/25/10 2:37pm
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