see attachment for the question and what i did:
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Originally Posted by Pulock2009 see attachment for the question and what i did: Integration by parts. Use an identifty with the and then add and subtract to get pieces like the denominator.
hey i didnot get u!could u show me some of the steps??Like i dunno what identity to use and therefore i dunno wat to add and subtract???
Originally Posted by Pulock2009 hey i didnot get u!could u show me some of the steps??Like i dunno what identity to use and therefore i dunno wat to add and subtract??? This is what I was thinking but it doesn't really look like a reduction formula. Your integral, by parts
great but why doesnot it look like a reduction formulae???
Originally Posted by Pulock2009 great but why doesnot it look like a reduction formulae??? Well, I guess. You could solve this for I_{n+2}.
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