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Topic: How to specify that a variable is an Integer?
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How to specify that a variable is an Integer?
Posted: Oct 17, 1996 12:34 AM
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I have an indefinite integral of a function that contains a and b as
parameters. Mathematica is able to compute the indefinite integral when it
is supplied integer values of a and b but cannot solve it when they are
left as parameters.
The question is: Is there any way of telling mathematica that the
parameters a and b are Positive Integer numbers?

Juan M. Ruiz
Boston University
Department of Economics
email: jruiz@bu.edu

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