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accepted Is there a general formula for the antiderivative of rational functions?
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asked Is there a general formula for the antiderivative of rational functions?
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comment How to find the volume of $n$-ball numerically?
The volume of an $n$-ball is given by $\frac{pi^\frac{n}{2}{\Gamma (\frac{n}{2}+1)}r^n$. Is this what you're looking for?
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answered Simple chain rule application $y = (1-x^{-1})^{-1}$
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comment How to solve $\upsilon^\upsilon=\upsilon+1$
Yeah, you're right. Thank you; I appreciate your answer, but I was hoping for a solution that wasn't a recursive sequence or an infinite sum or anything like that.
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comment How to solve $\upsilon^\upsilon=\upsilon+1$
Heh, good question, vesszabo. This is a bit vague, but I was hoping for a solution in terms of functions that we already know. For example, the error function, Lambert-W, all of that good stuff. I think it might have to do with Galois Groups or something, whether it can be written in terms of functions we already know, or it has to be done in terms of something else. I'm not sure.
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comment Inverting $\frac{\log(p-1)}{\log\ p}$
This is really similar to my question right here. Maybe these answers can help.
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