On 7/21/2009 8:56:29 PM, mark_neil wrote:
>On 7/21/2009 8:43:31 PM, Tom_Gutman
>wrote:
>>Limits wouldn't help anyway.
>>While the terms with the
>>exponentials have a limit of
>>zero (and so drop out), the
>>sine and cosine terms don't.
>>Exactly how the sine and
>>cosine are treated differ
>>between Mathcad versions.
>>MC13 attempts to get a limit,
>>and gets something more or
>>less reasonable (albeit of
>>questionable utility -- what
>>happens if you try to use that
>>is subsequent calculations?),
>>but when applied to out gets
>>it quite wrong.
>>
>>In MC14 you can get rid of the
>>exponential terms by using
>>substitution. Score a rare
>>victory for MuPad.
>>__________________
>>� � � � Tom Gutman
>
>
>Substituting e with inf solves my
>problem. Thanks, Tom.
>
>Mark.
Tom,
Although replacing e with inf works with MC14, it doesn't work with MC13. Do you have a suggestion to eliminate the exponential terms in MC13? Thanks.
Mark.