Bugs item #593353, was opened at 20020809 20:54
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>Category: Lisp Core  Limit
Group: None
Status: Open
Resolution: None
Priority: 5
Submitted By: Stavros Macrakis (macrakis)
Assigned to: Nobody/Anonymous (nobody)
Summary: Limit/log/+/^ returns 2 instead of 1
Initial Comment:
expr: (log(x)^a+log(x)^b)/(log(x)^c+log(x)^d)
limit(expr,x,inf)
Is a positive, negative, or zero?
pos;
Is c positive, negative, or zero?
pos;
Is d positive, negative, or zero?
pos;
Is a an integer?
yes;
Is d  c positive, negative, or zero?
zero;
Is c  a positive, negative, or zero?
zero;
Is c an integer?
yes;
Is b positive, negative, or zero?
pos;
Is b an integer?
yes;
Is c  b positive, negative, or zero?
zero;
(That is, all the exponents are equal and positive  and
integral, as if that mattered.)
Returns the answer ** 2 **. Should be 1.

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