Find I've tried all sorts of substituors for this one but i still cant seem to work it out. Can someone help out on this one?
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You could try saying = Which would give you 1/4 times the integral of (tan y - 1)/[(tan y)^(3/2)(tan y + 1)] I am not sure if that will lead any where and you may need another substitution.
not so sure about the final answer but if you set you'll get and i know the antiderivative of that is Good luck
substitute and your integral equals
Originally Posted by Krizalid substitute and your integral equals You show 'em son.
Wow, just wow. You are unbelievable! Originally Posted by Krizalid substitute and your integral equals
Originally Posted by vuze88 Find I've tried all sorts of substituors for this one but i still cant seem to work it out. Can someone help out on this one? Or if you never think of the wonderful substitution , you can choose this substitution which is familiar with all of us . the integral becomes : Haha , then substitute so
cool, thanks for that simplependulum
Originally Posted by simplependulum Or if you never think of the wonderful substitution , you can choose this substitution which is familiar with all of us . the integral becomes : Haha , then substitute so You're a trooper for writing that out.
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