I'm trying to do an intergration using the t-substitution so I've been reading examples and I keep loosing track on a similar fraction problem. I don't understand how
Any insight on how you can manipulate this is greatly appreciated
Last edited by Isktaine; November 15th 2008 at 11:51 AM.
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To multiply fractions, simply multiply numerator by numerator and denominator by denominator:
You should know that: . Here, imagine .
Notice that in the denominator, the cancels out in the second term, so we get:
and so on and so on ..
Thank you soo much!
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