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accepted Another integral related to Fresnel integrals
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comment Another integral related to Fresnel integrals
Oh, good to know! :-)
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comment Another integral related to Fresnel integrals
Don't be lazy!:-) Good job! (+1)
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comment Another integral related to Fresnel integrals
(+1) A very good job there! :-)
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awarded  Nice Question
Aug
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comment A triple integral dancing in the unit cube
Looking forward to it :-)
Aug
30
comment A triple integral dancing in the unit cube
(+1) for the efforts.
Aug
30
asked A triple integral dancing in the unit cube
Aug
29
comment Computing a double gamma-digamma-trigamma series
@DavidH Yes, it's a great adventure :-) Unfortunately some of the integrals above are pretty difficult, they require much cleverness in order to be calculated, but, well, that makes the problems more appealing.
Aug
28
comment Another integral related to Fresnel integrals
@tired interesting paper, good to know (+1).
Aug
28
comment Another integral related to Fresnel integrals
@EnjoysMath For notations, see Fresnel integrals link here mathworld.wolfram.com/FresnelIntegrals.html and for the Sine integral check this link mathworld.wolfram.com/SineIntegral.html.
Aug
28
revised Another integral related to Fresnel integrals
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Aug
28
asked Another integral related to Fresnel integrals
Aug
28
accepted Calculating $\int_0^{\pi/4} \frac{\cot (x)}{\cot ^2(x)+\sqrt{\cot (x)}} \, dx$
Aug
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awarded  Socratic
Aug
27
comment Calculating in closed form another digamma alternating series
@Dr.MV they simply cross my mind every day. :-)
Aug
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accepted Calculating in closed form another digamma alternating series
Aug
27
comment Calculating in closed form another digamma alternating series
Yeah, I guess so.
Aug
27
comment Calculating in closed form another digamma alternating series
okkkkkkkkkk(+1) Do you think we can do it by series manipulation only?
Aug
27
comment Calculating in closed form another digamma alternating series
(+1) It seems it works nice. Do you think we can also finish it by series manipulation only?