The integral from 1 to infinity [sorry i don't know how to put it in LaTex ], of: From what My teacher showed me, you can use Ln, or partial fractions to solve this, but I couldn't understand either method, how do you do it?
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Originally Posted by >_<SHY_GUY>_< The integral from 1 to infinity [sorry i don't know how to put it in LaTex ], of: From what My teacher showed me, you can use Ln, or partial fractions to solve this, but I couldn't understand either method, how do you do it? Resolve into partial fractions: and a quick calculation shows that: Which has resolved the integrand into the sum of two terms both of which are easily integrable (in terms of ) CB
Originally Posted by CaptainBlack Resolve into partial fractions: and a quick calculation shows that: Which has resolved the integrand into the sum of two terms both of which are easily integrable (in terms of ) CB from there you solve for A and B and then take the integrals of those fractions...Im on the right track right?
Yes. In the second step CB solved for A, B and found A=B=1. Now you can integrate both fractions separately, which is easy.
Originally Posted by >_<SHY_GUY>_< from there you solve for A and B and then take the integrals of those fractions...Im on the right track right? yes,..go on
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