Since the beginning of this thread i noticed a problem that has not been adressed.

The problem occurs with all methods.

I mentioned it but I guess it was not clear enough.

Maybe because I anticipated the problem before we had the actual methods.

So now that we have a dozen methods or so , it is time to bring it Up again.

This might also explain why MSE and MO users are ignoring this ( mick's Posts ).

In a way it resembles irrationality issues ; the irrationallity of a Sum of fractions is independant of the first n fractions. And by induction n+1 and by further induction ... You get the idea.

This looks cryptic so

Lets give the clarifying example :

Fake ( exp^[1/2] + 10 x) is off by a factor n^10 or n^10.5 depending on the method used.

Check it yourself.

Fake ( exp(x) + x^2 ) is even worse.

Regards

Tommy1729

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This appears to be a mistake and is considered for delete !

The problem occurs with all methods.

I mentioned it but I guess it was not clear enough.

Maybe because I anticipated the problem before we had the actual methods.

So now that we have a dozen methods or so , it is time to bring it Up again.

This might also explain why MSE and MO users are ignoring this ( mick's Posts ).

In a way it resembles irrationality issues ; the irrationallity of a Sum of fractions is independant of the first n fractions. And by induction n+1 and by further induction ... You get the idea.

This looks cryptic so

Lets give the clarifying example :

Fake ( exp^[1/2] + 10 x) is off by a factor n^10 or n^10.5 depending on the method used.

Check it yourself.

Fake ( exp(x) + x^2 ) is even worse.

Regards

Tommy1729

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This appears to be a mistake and is considered for delete !