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## [Axiom-developer] [Guessing formulas for sequences] Updated bug-related

**From**: |
kratt6 |

**Subject**: |
[Axiom-developer] [Guessing formulas for sequences] Updated bug-related note |

**Date**: |
Wed, 30 Mar 2005 02:28:35 -0600 |

Changes
http://page.axiom-developer.org/zope/mathaction/GuessingFormulasForSequences/diff
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??changed:
- There are two bugs in the version of Axiom currently run on this server that
prevent
-parts of the package from working properly. One bug, #63, prevents 'guessPade'
from
-working. Another bug, #8 messes up the output by missing some parenthesis.
Preliminary
-patches for both are available, we hope that they will soon be fixed here, too.
There is a bug (#8) in the version of Axiom currently running on this server
that
messes up the output by missing some parenthesis. A preliminary - though a
little
unsatisfactory patch - is available. We hope that a proper fix will soon be
applied.
??changed:
-Unfortunately, on MathAction this does not work yet, so we need to use
'guessPRec' instead:
Alternatively we could use 'guessPRec': Note however, that 'guessPRec' needs
more terms of the sequence than 'guessPade' does:
--removed:
-)set output algebra on
--removed:
-)set output algebra off
++added:
Note that there is a parenthesis missing, as explained at the beginning of this
page. The formula should read
$\sum_{s_2=1}^{n-1}\prod_{p_4=1}^{s_2-1}\left(p_4+1\right)$, of course.
Fortunately, this is only a problem with the output of Axiom. Subsequent
calculations will not be affected.
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