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 2d awarded Notable Question Jun 16 comment Summation with constraintsThanks..yea figured that out just now :) Jun 16 awarded Commentator Jun 16 comment Summation with constraintsHow do I convert f[0, 0, 0, 0] + f[0, 0, 0, 1] + ... to f[{0, 0, 0, 0}] + f[{0, 0, 0, 1}] + ... Jun 15 accepted Summation with constraints Jun 15 comment Summation with constraintsi is the argument to the function. So f(i_):= blah where i is an Array. Jun 14 comment Summation with constraintswill that work when i is an array? Jun 14 asked Summation with constraints Jun 12 comment Notation for Multiple summationyea I missed one constraint. The answer by Goos seems to be fine. Jun 12 revised Notation for Multiple summationadded 131 characters in body Jun 12 asked Notation for Multiple summation Jun 8 awarded Yearling Jun 8 awarded Yearling Jun 4 comment Making a long footnote span two columnsDid you get an answer? May 29 awarded Notable Question May 23 comment Tools for automating document compilationArara requires Java :( May 20 accepted Evaluating double Integral May 20 comment Evaluating double IntegralYes..Adding the constrained on $n$, solved my issue.. Assuming[(n > 2), Integrate[n (n - 1) (1 - y)^(n - 2), {x, 0, x1}, {y, x, x2}]] Thanks! May 20 comment Evaluating double IntegralYes.. $n \ge 2$ May 20 comment Evaluating double IntegralThis is the actual integral I'm trying to evaluate: $\int_{x=0}^{x_1} \int_{y=0}^{x_2} n (n - 1) (1 - y)^{(n - 2)}dxdy$ subject to \$0