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    integration in time scales

    Let 0,1 ∈ T. Evaluate

    [0,1]∩T σ(t) e1(t, 0) Δt
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    Quote Originally Posted by koko2009 View Post
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    Let 0; 1 T. Evaluate

    [0
    ;1]T

    segma(t) * e1(t; 0)Δt.
    any help would be appreciated
    I think you may have to find a way of posting this that is readable if you really want any help.

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    I tried my best hope this is clear
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    I presume that by \int_{[0,1]\cap T} you mean "integrate over that part of the set T that is in [0, 1]" but what is T, what is \sigma(t), what is e1(t, 0), and what is \Delta t?
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