Computer Algebra System that Can Integrate this Function

**For some reason, wolfram alpha does not seem to understand integration.**

http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=(1%2FL)*((integrate+(a_1*x^2%2Ba_2*x%2Ba_3)*(co s(n*pi*x%2FL)+from+-L+to+0)%2B(integrate+(b_1*x^2%2Bb_2*x%2Bb_3)*(cos( n*pi*x%2FL)++from+0+to+L))

Is there a computer algebra system that can integrate

(1/L)*((integrate (a_1*x^2+a_2*x+a_3)*(cos(n*pi*x/L) from -L to 0)+(integrate (b_1*x^2+b_2*x+b_3)*(cos(n*pi*x/L) from 0 to L))

Re: Computer Algebra System that Can Integrate this Function

You will probably be able to do it with Maple. Can you LaTeX (LaTeX - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) the integrals that you want?

My guess is

To do that integral I will first re-scale to and then integrate by parts two times in order to lower the grade of the polynomial. A little of brute force but it works just fine.

Re: Computer Algebra System that Can Integrate this Function

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**Philly2034** **For some reason, wolfram alpha does not seem to understand integration.**

http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=(1%2FL)*((integrate+(a_1*x^2%2Ba_2*x%2Ba_3)*(co s(n*pi*x%2FL)+from+-L+to+0)%2B(integrate+(b_1*x^2%2Bb_2*x%2Bb_3)*(cos( n*pi*x%2FL)++from+0+to+L))

Is there a computer algebra system that can integrate

(1/L)*((integrate (a_1*x^2+a_2*x+a_3)*(cos(n*pi*x/L) from -L to 0)+(integrate (b_1*x^2+b_2*x+b_3)*(cos(n*pi*x/L) from 0 to L))

Why not try it with properly matched parentheses, also break it down into smaller parts.

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