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Math Help - Integrating the square root of a polynomial

  1. #16
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    I just plainly ask tonio if he could thought in math tags next time he posts, not so hard

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    I was planning on thanking him once I was done with this equation,
    Last edited by mr fantastic; October 7th 2009 at 08:56 PM. Reason: Deleted the abusive remarks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Power View Post
    bump...man i dont get this one cant I use sin substitution for this, and tonia please use latex tags it hard to understand your solution even though it is right...ugh man I cant seem to get this


    I'd really love to use LaTex tags here, but I've no pale idea how to do it.

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    Well, thats fine then, tonio, sorry for the trouble, I'll anyalze your steps further, hoping as Mr. F stated using substution of 2x -3, which is what you did didnt you?
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