The problem before this was using the same substitution, but to evaluate instead. I was able to do that one easily, but I don't see how I can use this substitution for this problem.
The problem before this was using the same substitution, but to evaluate instead. I was able to do that one easily, but I don't see how I can use this substitution for this problem.
Observe that , then . The limits of integration change as well: and
The problem before this was using the same substitution, but to evaluate instead. I was able to do that one easily, but I don't see how I can use this substitution for this problem.
Good question.
You have the substitution
so
The problem here is: you want to find and in terms of .
Its easy; solve the substitution for then differentiate both side with respect to to get the .
Also find from your substitution.
Can you do that?