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a[i, j] evaluates the sum a . Sum[a[i,j],{i,imin,imax},{j,jmin,jmax}] or a[i, j] evaluates the sum a . Sum[a[i, j],{i, imax},{j,jmax}] or
imax jmax i, j i=1 j=1 imax jmax i=imin j=jmin i = imin j = jmin i, j
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