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Out of these three, is only the last one proper?

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- October 4th 2009, 08:05 PMazurephantomProper or Improper?
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Out of these three, is only the last one proper? - October 4th 2009, 09:34 PMMatt Westwood
Impossible to tell. There are no limits specified.

This might help:

Improper integral - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - October 4th 2009, 09:58 PMChris L T521
- October 5th 2009, 07:14 AMHallsofIvy
If you mean "proper" or "improper"

**fractions**all three are "improper" because all three have the same degree in numerator and denominator. In order to integrate first divide to get a number plus a proper fraction. - October 5th 2009, 05:22 PMazurephantom
- October 6th 2009, 02:57 AMCaptainBlack

I will summarise the other responses that you have had:

We do not really know what you mean by proper/improper in the context of these integrals (one of the responses may contain the answer that you need but I cannot tell).

Tell us what definition for the term proper you are working with.

CB