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Counter It is an essential reference for mathematicians, scientists, and engineers, who rely on it when identifying and subsequently solving extremely complex problems.

The Table of Integrals, Series, and Products is the major reference source for integrals in the English language.

Table of Integrals, Series, and Products, 6th Edition is designed for use by mathematicians, scientists, and professional engineers who need to solve complex mathematical problems.

Preface
This completely reset sixth edition of Gradshteyn and Ryzhik is a corrected and expanded version of the previous edition. The book was completely reset in order to add more material and to enhance the visual appearance of the material. To preserve compatibility with the previous edition, the original numbering system for entries has been retained. New entries and sections have been inserted in a manner consistent with the original scheme. Whenever possible, new entries and corrections have been checked by means of symbolic computation.

The diverse ways in which corrections have been contributed have made it impossible to attribute them to reference sources that are accessible to users of this book. However, as in previous editions, our indebtedness to theses contributors is shown in the form of an acknowledgement list on page xxiii. This list gives the names of those who have written to us directly sending corrections and suggestions for addenda, and added to it are the names of those who have published errata in Mathematics of Computation. Certain individuals must be singled out for special thanks due to their significant contributions: Professors H. van Haeringen and L.P. Kok of the Netherlands and Dr. K.S. K├Âlbig have contributed new material, corrections, and suggestions for new material.

Great care was taken to check the reset version of Gradshteyn and Ryzhik against the fifth edition, both by computer means and hand inspection, but it is inevitable that some transcription errors will remain. These will be rectified in subsequent reprinting of the book as and when they are identified. The authors would appreciate knowledge of any errors or deficiencies, their email addresses are listed below. If any errata are found, they will be posted on the website, www.az-tec.com/gr/errata.
As in the previous edition, a numerical superscript added to an entry number is used to indicate either a new edition to the book or a correction. When an entire section is new, an asterisk has been added only to the section heading. Continuing in the previous convention, a superscript 10 has been added to entry numbers to indicate the most recent changes that have been made.

This latest version of Gradshteyn and Ryzhik also forms the source for a revised electronic version of Gradshteyn and Ryzhik.

Special thanks are extended to John Law and the Newcastle University Computing Service for their help in the preparation of this edition.

Alan Jeffrey
Daniel Zwillinger

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Mathematics Tables