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In some way or another, each looks at **elementary functions** from the perspective of experimental mathematics.

It is easy to compute for usual **elementary functions**.

] (4) and extended intervals when 0 [member of] [y] Interval counterparts to continuous **elementary functions** are easily obtained.

They were also less proficient at the tasks of basic calculus, such as differentiating and integrating **elementary functions**.

Those who actually manage to register have reported difficulties with **elementary functions** such as sending email and web browsing.

These are arranged in sessions each focused on a specific objective, among then **elementary functions** and differential, Cauchy integral formula, and contour integration.

In introducing **elementary functions**, the authors have followed the presentation given by Ernst Lindelof in his Finnish textbook, Johdatus funktioteoriaan.

Interval counterparts to continuous **elementary functions** are easily obtained.