[ using the substitution, x = costheta] dtheta dtheta
never mind i got it
Last edited by differentiate; September 25th 2009 at 08:21 AM.
Reason: got the answer
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Hello differentiate Originally Posted by differentiate [ using the substitution, x = costheta] dtheta dtheta
x = cos@
when x = 1,
@ = 0
when x = 1/2
@ = pi/3
what do I do next? The integral becomes , which you can solve using , and noting that .
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