The integral sign has a 2 at the top and a 0 at the bottom 2/x^2+1 dx
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Originally Posted by cara The integral sign has a 2 at the top and a 0 at the bottom 2/x^2+1 dx or ???
The second one you listed is the problem that I need
Originally Posted by cara The second one you listed is the problem that I need You have . Let , then . When , . When , . So we have
we are not using arc tan, but F(b)-F(a)
Originally Posted by cara we are not using arc tan, but F(b)-F(a) uhh ... ... as stated previously
Last edited by skeeter; April 22nd 2010 at 05:29 PM. Reason: typo
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