Hi, could someone tell me if this is the correct answer? I got:
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Originally Posted by millerst Hi, could someone tell me if this is the correct answer? I got: yes that is correct
Thanks, what about this one? It's rather strange: where n is a natural number My answer: (n^(1/n +1))/(1+n)
Originally Posted by millerst Thanks, what about this one? It's rather strange: where n is a natural number My answer: (n^(1/n +1))/(1+n) Note quite the final answer should be
Originally Posted by millerst Thanks, what about this one? It's rather strange: where n is a natural number My answer: (n^(1/n +1))/(1+n) Here is what I did, can you point out where i am going wrong: let ln(x) = u du = 1/x dx change limits of integration x=e then u=1 x=1, u=0
Originally Posted by millerst Here is what I did, can you point out where i am going wrong: let ln(x) = u du = 1/x dx change limits of integration x=e then u=1 x=1, u=0
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