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igor_igel
04/27/12 8:29pm

Hi,
I have integrals similiar to this:

Integrate[
Integrate[
x Piecewise[{{1, 1 + u - Floor[q] > x}, {0,
1 + u - Floor[q] <= x}}] f'''[x] , {x, 0, (1/q)},
Assumptions -> q > 0], {u, 0, (1/q)}, Assumptions -> q > 0]

and my computer seems to get stuck and calculate infinitly long.
I can solve these integrals with hand but it would be very usefull to solve with mathematica.
If a simpler example is needed I can try to find one, just tell me.
thanks in advance
Igor Igel

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symbolic integral calculates infinitly long igor_igel 04/27/12 8:29pm
Re: symbolic integral calculates infinitly long Bill Simpson 05/01/12 12:05pm
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