I tried typing in the Mathematica code:
I got the same output as you. I think that you should file a bug report with the support team.Code:Integrate[Integrate[x+y,{y,x^2,x}],{x,.25,.75}]
For now, I would do one integral at a time.
I'm trying to confirm my solution to the following double integral on Wolfram Alpha.
The double integral is evaluated properly only if the outer integral is indefinite.
The moment I try to define bounds for the second integral it breaks down:
Any ideas why this is happening? Should I input differently?
Here's the link to my second entry if you want to try it out.
The problem is that multiple integrals should be input with a single "integrate" command. You'll find this input works:
integrate (x+y) dy dx, y=x^2 to x, x=0.25 to 0.75
(The same applies to Mathematica. See the examples given here.)
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i...29^%281%2F2%29
Look when makes the replacement
Shouldn't the denominator be when replaces?
Use the "show steps" option.
Srry, it was a miss interpretation from my part. Multiplies and divides for