1. I tried to solve it by using integration by parts but couldnot get the required answer.
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Originally Posted by roshanhero 1. I tried to solve it by using integration by parts but couldnot get the required answer. Try writing
Originally Posted by roshanhero 1. I tried to solve it by using integration by parts but couldnot get the required answer. Assuming Actually it must be positive since the base must be positive. then where
Originally Posted by roshanhero 1. I tried to solve it by using integration by parts but couldnot get the required answer. Let then and
How can we write
Originally Posted by roshanhero How can we write see Natural exponents and logarithms
Originally Posted by roshanhero How can we write Its the definition of .
I hope that upto now all is right. Now I can use the formula of integration of e^ax.
Originally Posted by roshanhero I hope that upto now all is right. Now I can use the formula of integration of e^ax.
I am sorry that I still cannot prove even with the link given by you guys.
Allright guys I proved it but in a messy way,tell me whether it is right or wrong
Originally Posted by roshanhero Allright guys I proved it but in a messy way,tell me whether it is right or wrong Yeh that's fine, it's probably less messy to just say
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