I am posting this here because I don't need help on the whole DE just on this integral.. Here it is: Please explain.. I can't come up with pi in the denominator..
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Originally Posted by eingeist I am posting this here because I don't need help on the whole DE just on this integral.. Here it is: Please explain.. I can't come up with pi in the denominator.. Excause me, Did you try the substitution ? Its helpful, Trust me .
I see... Would I pull 1/pi out in front of the integral? Or would I simply pull pi out since du = pi/x^2... Seems like it would have to be 1/pi to get that pi in the denominator.
Originally Posted by eingeist I see... Would I pull 1/pi out in front of the integral? Or would I simply pull pi out since du = pi/x^2... Seems like it would have to be 1/pi to get that pi in the denominator. put inside the integral, and outside the integral. Because they will cancel each other. i.e. you just multiplied by 1. See this: . By the way,
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