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Mathematica also includes the following logical operations:
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And[p, q] or p && q or p q is True if both p and q are True; False otherwise. Or[p,q ] or p | q or p q is True if p or q (or both) are True; False otherwise. | Xor[p, q] is True if p or q (but not both) are True; False otherwise. Not[p] or !p or p is True if p is False and False if p is True. Implies[p, q] or p q is False if p is True and q is False; True otherwise.
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Note: can be obtained with the key sequence [ ESC ], [ = ], [ > ], [ ESC ]. Logical expressions can be compared using LogicalExpand.
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LogicalExpand[expression] applies the distributive laws for logical operations to expression and puts it into disjunctive normal form.
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EXAMPLE 45 Use Mathematica to verify the distributive law: p (q r) = (p q) (p r).
lhs = p && (q || r); rhs = (p && q)||(p && r); lhs rhs (p && (q || r)) (p && q || p && r) LogicalExpand[lhs] LogicalExpand[rhs] True
Basic Concepts
SOLVED PROBLEMS
2.46 Use Mathematica to verify De Morgan s laws: ( p q ) = p q and ( p q ) = p q
SOLUTION
LogicalExpand[! (p && q)] LogicalExpand[!p || ! q] True LogicalExpand[! (p || q)] LogicalExpand[! p && ! q] True
2.47 Show that ((p q) (p q)) (( p q) ( p q)) is a tautology.
SOLUTION
LogicalExpand[((p && q) || ( p &&!q)) || ((!p && q)||(!p && !q))]
True
2.7 Sums and Products
Sums and products are of fundamental importance in mathematics, and Mathematica makes their computation simple. Unlike other computer languages, initialization is automatic and the syntax is easy to apply, particularly if the Basic Math Input palette is used. Any symbol may be used as the index of summation. (i is used in the following description.) Negative increments are permitted wherever increment is used.
imax
Sum[a[i],{i,imax}] or
a[i] evaluates the sum a
i=1 imax i =1 i=imin
imax
i imax
Sum[a[i],{i,imin,imax}] or
a[i] evaluates the sum
i = imin
imax
Sum[a[i],{i,imin,imax, increment}] evaluates the sum ai in steps of increment. i = imin Summation continues as long as i imax.
EXAMPLE 46 To compute the sum of the squares of the first 20 consecutive integers, we can type
Sum[i^2, {i,1,20}] or 2870
Note: Even though Mathematica allows the form Sum[i^2,{i,20}], the use of the initial index, 1, is recommended for clarity.
EXAMPLE 47 Compute the sum 1 + 1 + 1 + . . . + 1 .
Sum[1/i, {i,15,51,2}] 63 501 391 475 806 044 193 96 845 140 757 687 397 075
NSum has the same syntax as Sum and works in a similar manner to yield numerical approximations.
EXAMPLE 48 Approximate the sum 1 + 1 + 1 + . . . + 1 .
NSum[1/i, {i, 15, 51, 2}] 0.6557
The limits of a sum can be infinite. Mathematica uses sophisticated techniques to evaluate infinite summations.
Basic Concepts
EXAMPLE 49 Compute 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 +
1 4 9 16 Sum[1/i^2,{i, 1, In nity}] or 2 6
1 i
Double sums can be computed using the following syntax or, more conveniently, by clicking twice on the symbol in the Basic Math Input palette. The syntax extends in a natural way to triple sums, quadruple sums, and so forth.
imax jmax
Sum[a[i,j],{i,imax},{j,jmax}] or
a[i, j] evaluates the sum a
i=1 j=1 i =1 j =1 imax i=imin j=jmin
imax jmax
i, j
Sum[a[i,j],{i,imin,imax},{j,jmin,jmax}] or
imax i = imin j = jmin
jmax
jmax
a[i, j] evaluates the sum
ai , j
Sum[a[i,j],{i,imin,imax,i_increment},{j,jmin,jmax, j_increment}] evaluates
imax
the sum
i = imin j = jmin
jmax
ai , j in steps of i_increment and j_increment.
NSum, with identical syntax, returns numerical approximations to each of the sums described in Sum.
EXAMPLE 50 Compute the value of
2 2 3 3 (1 + 1 + 1 + 1 ) + ( 1 + 2 + 2 + 4 ) + ( 1 + 3 + 3 + 4 ) 1 2 3 4 2 3 2 3 Sum[i/j,{i,1,3},{j,1,4}] or 25 2
i j
i=1 j=1
Just as Sum computes sums, the Mathematica function Product computes products. Its syntax is much the same as Sum.
imax
Product[a[i],{i,imax}] or
a[i] evaluates the product a
i=1 i =1 imax i=imin
imax
Product[a[i],{i,imin, imax}] or
a[i] evaluates the product
i = imin
imax
Product[a[i],{i,imin,imax,increment}] evaluates the product ai in steps of i = imin increment. NProduct, with identical syntax, returns numerical approximations to each of the products described in Product.
imax
Multiple products are also easily computed. The syntax for a double product is listed in the following, but the concept extends to triple products and higher.
imax jmax
Product[a[i,j], { i,imax } , { j,jmax } ] or
a
i =1 j =1
imax jmax
a[i, j] evaluates
i=1 j=1 imax
the product
i, j
Product[a[i,j],{i,imin,imax},{j,jmin,jmax}] or product
i = imin j = jmin
a
imax
jmax
i=imin j=jmin
jmax
a[i, j] evaluates the
i, j
Product[a[i,j],{i,imin,imax,i_increment},{j,jmin,jmax, j_increment}] evaluates the product
i = imin j = jmin
a
imax
jmax
i, j
in steps of i_increment and j_increment.
Basic Concepts
EXAMPLE 51 Compute the product of the consecutive integers 4 through 9.
Product[i, {i, 4, 9}] 60 480
n! n EXAMPLE 52 The binomial coefficient C (n, k ) = k !(n k )! can be expressed as k for more efficient computation. Use this representation to compute C(10, 4). n = 10; k = 4; Product[(n i)/(k i), {i, 0, k 1}] or 210 -i n -i k
i=0 k-1
( )( n 1 )( n 2 ) . . . ( n 1k + 1 ) k 1 k 2
SOLVED PROBLEMS
2.48 Compute the sum of the first 25 prime numbers.
SOLUTION
Sum[Prime[k], {k, 1, 25}] 1060
Prime[k]
2.49 Compute the square root of the sum of the squares of the integers 15 through 30, inclusive.
SOLUTION
Sqrt[Sum[k^2, {k, 15, 30}]] 6 10
k=15
1 1 1 1 2.50 Compute the infinite sum 1 + 2 + 4 + 8 + 16 + . . .
SOLUTION
Sum[1/2^i, {i, 0, Infinity}] 2 3 99 2.51 Compute the sum 1 + 2 + 4 + + 100 2 3
SOLUTION
1 2
i i+1
264 414 864 639 329 557 497 913 717 698 145 082 779 489 2 788 815 009 188 499 086 581 352 357 412 492 142 272
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