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jf
08/21/12 1:13pm

Is the discrepancy only at a==1? If you see it at many values of a, it's probably an error. If it is only at a special value of a parameter, then it is a generic solution.

http://reference.wolfram.com/mathematica/tutorial/GenericAndNonGenericCases.html

http://reference.wolfram.com/mathematica/tutorial/GenericAndNonGenericSolutions.html

The integral is very slow for undefined a or substituting a number other than 1 on my Mac with 8.0.1 or 8.0.4. What does $Version return on your Mathematica?

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Bug in Integration Amir 08/21/12 09:32am
Re: Bug in Integration Nasser M. Ab... 08/21/12 11:41am
Re: Bug in Integration jf 08/21/12 1:13pm
Re: Re: Bug in Integration Amir 08/24/12 10:31am
Re: Bug in Integration Peter Pein 08/26/12 5:17pm
Re: Re: Bug in Integration Amir 08/31/12 09:41am
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