Hi there, (x-1)^99 ∂x Also, cos^3 (ø) sin (ø) ∂ø t*e^-t^2 ∂t many thanks Bryn
Last edited by Bryn; November 27th 2009 at 06:53 AM.
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Originally Posted by Bryn Hi there, (x-1)^99 many thanks Bryn
But why is this, why doesn't the x-1 need integrating or differentiating I can't see how you can just integrate x-1 as if it was q for example Thanks
Originally Posted by Bryn But why is this, why doesn't the x-1 need integrating or differentiating I can't see how you can just integrate x-1 as if it was q for example Thanks because (x-1) is a function q is ?
Originally Posted by skeeter let , then and
Hello Bryn Originally Posted by Bryn Hi there, (x-1)^99 ∂x Also, cos^3 (ø) sin (ø) ∂ø t*e^-t^2 ∂t many thanks Bryn All these integrals can be solved by substitution. The first has already been done. I'll start you off for numbers 2 & 3. 2) Put Then So 3) Put Then So ...? Grandad
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