I finally get down to; Could you please tell me if that's correct? I doubt it is because there's no indication of a integral of that on my table sheet ...
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For this integral, it is good to applt trig. sub. but remind that Of course , it is not the answer to your integral , you need to change a little . I would also prefer the substitution the integral becomes
Thank you very much for your response, but is there another way to solve it without the I = and the non-trig sub?
Originally Posted by Archduke01 I finally get down to; Could you please tell me if that's correct? I doubt it is because there's no indication of a integral of that on my table sheet ... Did you use ? Draw a right triangle. The leg opposite t is x and the adjacent leg is 6. Then the hypotenuse is So Then Simplify and integrate
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