Hi. I missed today's class and was wondering if someone could assist me with solving this problem.

Thanks!

-star

P.S. I attached the picture of the problem so that noone gets confused.

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- March 17th 2010, 02:23 PMstarblessintegral between 1/4 and -1/4 of (1/(sqrt(1-(4x)^2))dx
Hi. I missed today's class and was wondering if someone could assist me with solving this problem.

Thanks!

-star

P.S. I attached the picture of the problem so that noone gets confused. - March 17th 2010, 02:28 PMrunning-gag
Hi

Through

Then you can use - March 17th 2010, 02:37 PMstarbless
Okay, I've lost you. I see that you've brought a 1/4 to the outside by squaring 4x^2, but how come the range of the integral also changes?

Also, how do I use sin to solve the rest of the problem?

I don't mean for you to simply solve the problem for me; I simply want to follow how you're getting to that point.

Thanks so much.

-star - March 17th 2010, 02:49 PMrunning-gag
- March 17th 2010, 03:24 PMGeneral
**You should notice that this is an improper integral, it should be solved in terms of limits ..**