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Topic: Trying to solve a motion problem using wxMaxima
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Richard Fateman

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Re: Trying to solve a motion problem using wxMaxima
Posted: Apr 18, 2014 11:48 AM
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On 4/18/2014 5:23 AM, w huang wrote:
> mathHandbook.com can solve it:
> f(u_):=1/u; g(x):=3-x; int(f(g(x)))
>
> Pls try yourself http://mathHandbook.com
>


If this is what you actually typed in to maxima, then
your difficulty may be caused by "user error".

f(u):=1/u; g(x):=3-x; integrate(f(g(x)),x);
returns -log(3-x).




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