Sorry, our mistake.
Integrating x^n is working as you said: thanks!
Integrating (x+1)^3, (x+1)^a, (x+b)^a still behave as before.
(x+b)^a isn't expanded and still gives an "unsimplified" answer.
thanks,
Mike
On 25 May 2012 09:46, Rainer Schöpf <rainer.schoepf@...> wrote:
> On Fri, 25 May 2012, Michael Borcherds wrote:
>
> > Thanks for the fast answer! That's a good improvement for eg x^4
> >
> > It doesn't affect eg (x+1)^3 or x^n  any way to improve those too?
>
> Are you sure you are using a recent version of Reduce? As my last mail showed,
> x^n behaves like you want.
>
> As for (x+1)^3, the integrator expands the polynomial before performing the
> integration. I don't see a way around this. Note that this gives a result with
> constant term equal to zero.
>
> Rainer
