Hi, I need help on this weird looking integral: int_{x^3}^{x^2} dt/(1 + t^2)^3 How would you start this problem when the limits of integration are not values but rather functions? Thanks
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Originally Posted by Csou090490 Hi, I need help on this weird looking integral: int_{x^3}^{x^2} dt/(1 + t^2)^3 How would you start this problem when the limits of integration are not values but rather functions? Thanks The same way you do any other integral. It's just that, instead of a constant, the Reimann integral will now be a function of x. -Dan
Originally Posted by Csou090490 Hi, I need help on this weird looking integral: int_{x^3}^{x^2} dt/(1 + t^2)^3 How would you start this problem when the limits of integration are not values but rather functions? Thanks Do you need help integrating dt/(1 + t^2)^3?
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