Can someone tell me why it's not possible to integrate the following? What's wrong with evaluated from to ?
Follow Math Help Forum on Facebook and Google+
Originally Posted by garymarkhov Can someone tell me why it's not possible to integrate the following? What's wrong with evaluated from to ? Try differentiating . Remember to use the product/quotient rule
Originally Posted by Focus Try differentiating . Remember to use the product/quotient rule Hmm, I see your point. So there's no way to take the integral?
Originally Posted by garymarkhov Hmm, I see your point. So there's no way to take the integral? Well I am perfectly happy as long as it's well defined but no, there is no closed form of the integral (without an integral sign).
Originally Posted by Focus Well I am perfectly happy as long as it's well defined but no, there is no closed form of the integral (without an integral sign). The above statement can be proved, by the way.
Originally Posted by Focus Well I am perfectly happy as long as it's well defined but no, there is no closed form of the integral (without an integral sign). Thanks. I especially appreciate how you specified the meaning of the jargon (closed form).
View Tag Cloud