Hi i tried to do it many times but really its hard its from an incomplete exam
Last edited by TWiX; January 18th 2010 at 07:46 AM. Reason: tittle
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Originally Posted by TWiX Hi i tried to do it many times but really its hard its from an incomplete exam Hello . Multiply the integrated function by You will get: = Multiply the integrated function by , And with some trigonometric identities, you will face: Now, It looks easier. Right ?
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Hello, =TWiX! The function is: . Multiply by The integral becomes: . Let: . Substitute: . Got it?
Thanks all.
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