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August 29th, 2012, 05:49 AM   #1
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A hypothesis on non-elementary functions

I conjecture : If is a non-elementary function, then is a non-elementary integral.

I have read Differential Galois Theory a little, but cant really apply it in this. Perhaps someone more knowledgeable on DGT would be able to help me . . .

Any proof/disproof/counterexample is appreciated.

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Re: A hypothesis on non-elementary functions

Hey mathbalarka.

Can you explain what you mean by a non-elementary function?
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Re: A hypothesis on non-elementary functions

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Can you explain what you mean by a non-elementary function?
Functions which are not elementary.
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