Is this a simple negative exponent, power chain rule Or an inverse sin integral? And if it's an inverse sin integral, how do i get rid of the first x under the radical?
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Originally Posted by penguinpwn Is this a simple negative exponent, power chain rule Or an inverse sin integral? And if it's an inverse sin integral, how do i get rid of the first x under the radical? it's a pain-in-the-### arcsin ... now use the general form of the integral ...
Originally Posted by skeeter it's a pain-in-the-### arcsin ... now use the general form of the integral ... Where did the 9/4 came from?
Originally Posted by penguinpwn Where did the 9/4 came from? ever heard of completing the square?
Originally Posted by skeeter ever heard of completing the square? Ooooohhhhhhh, haha I see it now. Thanks for the help!
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