Hi all

Are there common ways to manipulate the integral

so that it can be evaluated? would one need to know the exact functions in question or can this be answered generally?

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- Feb 7th 2010, 05:24 AMfactfinderintegrate (f*g')/g
Hi all

Are there common ways to manipulate the integral

so that it can be evaluated? would one need to know the exact functions in question or can this be answered generally? - Feb 7th 2010, 05:44 AMMoo
Hello,

Nope it can't be solved without further information. It's not a known form :) - Feb 7th 2010, 09:15 AMchisigma
Calling the independent variable is...

(1)

... so that integrating by parts we have the identity...

(2)

Honestly I don't know if (2) can be of some utility for You (Thinking)...

Kind regards

- Feb 8th 2010, 12:05 AMchisigma
An interesting possibility is when is with an arbitrary constant, so that is . In such a case is...

Kind regards