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#### MuPAD bugs: sum(1/n!, n= 1..n)

```Dear SciFace,

It looks like there is an infinite loop in MuPAD 3.1. Your product
returns instantly correct answers to the following sums

sum(n, n= 1..n);
sum(1/n, n= 1..n);
sum(1/2^n, n= 1..n);

1/2*n*(n + 1)
EULER + psi(n + 1)
1 - (1/2)^n

However, if the user makes an attempt to calculate

sum(1/n!, n= 1..n);

MuPAD 3.1 keeps running after 40,000 seconds. Secondly, clicking
at the Stop button produces no effect, and the only way to
continue the calculations is to save the notebook and restart it.

The same bug manifestation is present in MuPAD 3.0.

We enjoy MuPAD over years and have not a vestige of doubt that
your analysts will localize the origin of the problem soon.

Best wishes,

Cyber Tester

http://www.cybertester.com/
http://maple.bug-list.org/
http://www.CAS-testing.org/
..................................................................

``` 0  Vladimir
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