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I have seen similar questions but they were quite dated (3+ years). When performing, say an Integration, it would be beneficial to see the major steps such as variable substitution, change the order of integration, perform by-parts, etc. Thanks

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I have seen similar questions but they were quite dated (3+ years). When performing, say an Integration, it would be beneficial to see the major steps such as variable substitution, change the order of integration, perform by-parts, etc. Thanks

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Can you explain what about this answer is dated and unsatisfactory to you?

– bobthechemist – 2015-05-08T17:49:19.123This was asked two months ago in http://mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/76225; also http://mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/6811, http://mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/2239; several marked as a duplicates of http://mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/148

– Michael E2 – 2015-05-08T17:54:40.5601

`Integrate`

in general does not do things in a way that would be recognizable from basic calculus. – Daniel Lichtblau – 2015-05-08T18:01:03.823Thanks for your inputs. I was wondering if newer versions of Mathematica has newer features on the subject. – Vectorizer – 2015-05-08T18:07:56.000

1…at least, not unless they've started teaching Risch to kids these days. – J. M.'s ennui – 2015-05-08T18:09:48.163

Not sure what you mean – Vectorizer – 2015-05-08T18:18:36.537

1The Risch algorithm is the core method used for symbolic integration in most software. Searching for it in your favorite search engine should turn up at least a useful introduction. – J. M.'s ennui – 2015-05-08T18:24:14.403

Thanks, now I got it. I googled the name before and all I saw was a politician! – Vectorizer – 2015-05-08T18:29:01.383